NEW IN THEATRES...
* The Future: Miranda July is as kitten as a cat, but I'm not as smitten as that.
Read Alison Hallett try to get to the bottom of it all at the Mercury. Alison Hallett is like a cinematic timelord. To the future!
UPDATED TO CRITERION CONFESSIONS...
* Leon Morin, Priest, a quiet turn from Jean-Paul Belmondo in this wartime drama from Jean-Pierre Melville. (Also at DVD Talk.)
* Life During Wartime, in which Todd Solodnz continues to kick against the pricks.
THIS WEEK IN DVD/BD REVIEWS...
* Park Benches, a disconnected French comedy that never comes together. Dammit, Catherine Deneuve, why were you in this?!
* Three Hours to Kill, a solid 1950s Western, playing with a deadline a la High Noon.
The Original Paw Paw
Current Soundtrack: Monarques, "Angel Eyes;" Eric B & Rakim, "In the Ghetto;" Best Coast, "Our Deal;" UTFO, "Roxanne Roxanne" at the Oni Press Editorial room on Turntable.Fm
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