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Above The Line makes MUBI

MUBI is a starting place, like that out of the way trail to somewhere with the promise of curious company along the way and more to be found when you get there, that somewhere of discovery, learning and escape made possible by sharing in the collective magic from the movies of our lives. Continue reading

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J. Edgar (2011) – Blu-ray

J. Edgar the film seems most at odds with J. Edgar the man, Eastwood’s investment in character missing important revelations, turning to history for answers to a life we never fully get to know over the course of the film. If J. Edgar succeeds at all in proves Eastwood’s ability to survive even if the memory of this movie does not. Continue reading

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Hereafter (2010)

Hereafter was described by someone as Eastwood’s best. I might go so far to say it is his worst but that doesn’t mean I’m not looking forward to what he will do next or how he’ll change or stay the same, his cinematic language well-defined even when it fails to reach his audience. Continue reading

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