“A good film is when the price of the dinner, the theatre admission and the babysitter were worth it.” – Alfred Hitchcock

 

It’s always a pleasure to watch films, especially if it’s just so I can claim the authority to critique them. Below are some of my thoughts and analyses on a few.

Biblical films back in style: Hollywood has been born again (feature)

Dallaire a voice for the children: Fight Like Soldiers, Die Like Children (documentary)

The Jewish Cardinal: The man who dared to be both a Catholic and a Jew (review)

Film seeks to find hope in hopelessness of Argentine slum: Sacrifice and temptation in Buenos Aires (review)

Les Mis transitions from stage to screen: Once thought unfilmable (review)

Still life in old bones: Not your typical sob story about aging (review)

 

Last Updated: Nov. 23, 2014