Ondskan (Evil)

Mikeal Hafstrom directs the film with a certain heavy handedness that will turn off some viewers. His depiction of the cruelty that students at an exclusive prep school inflict on each other is stunning and my take you back to your own tortured years of adolescence. Hafstrom does an excellent job of showing what happens when a bully becomes the prey.

When Do We Eat?

Just when you thought Hollywood had covered all the holidays with insipid family get-together comedies, along comes When Do We Eat? It was just a matter of time before someone realized that the major Christian holidays had been exploited enough and it was time to insult other religions.

The Zodiac

The Zodiac will probably open, close, arrive on DVD, and then end up in the cheap bins before the much more anticipated David Fincher version comes out later this year. If you are a fan of the story or you like films based on serial killers, you might enjoy this one. Everyone else will probably wonder why this is such a big deal and why we should care.

Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story

Describing Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story is at once very easy and very difficult. It’s one of the best movies you’ll see this year, and it’s story within, within a story, within a story style also makes Tristram Shandy is one of the most inventive films you’ll ever see. However, describing the narrative structure of its script is difficult because like the book, it doesn’t really have one.

A Good Woman

Oscar Wilde would feel very much at home in today’s world. His works are filled with gossip and rumors. Watching one of his plays is like seeing an episode of a gossip show on E! set in the late 1800’s. The latest film adapted from one of his plays is filled with love, betrayal and of course gossip. A Good Woman does an adequate job adapting Wilde’s 1892 play “Lady Windermere’s Fan”.

Unknown White Male

When 35-year-old Doug Bruce awoke on the morning of July 3, 2003 on a subway bound for Coney Island, he no longer knew who he was or where he had come from. Doug suffers from a very rare form of retrograde amnesia. His entire personal memory had been wiped clean but his skill-based memory was still intact. He could write his name but he could just not remember it.

National Lampoon's Pucked

I know most people today don’t remember when the name “National Lampoon” meant you were going to see a funny movie. Every year National Lampoon puts out several movies, most of which you’ve never heard of. Their latest has all the makings of a return to their former glory with the exception of a functioning script. National Lampoon’s Pucked a.k.a. The Trouble with Frank has a great director, a decent cast but lacks in the one thing that would make it worthwhile, anything remotely involving a plot.

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