Tag Archives: Derek Cianfrance

Stand Up for Pain in the Oblivion of Pines

I watch so many movies I often get swept up in the effort to write about all of them in an effective and coherent way. Monday to Wednesday and I’m already behind, by Friday I’ll be right back here scrambling. This time I’m micro-reviewing, a handful of celluloid with the films Oblivion, Pain & Gain, Stand Up Guys and The Place Beyond The Pines. Continue reading

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Blue Valentine (2010)

Blue Valentine is a whisper, a question that asks: have you ever wondered what it was like to have something you took for granted lost, or wanted to make difference count for something beyond saying the words? Blue Valentine isn’t for everyone but neither are relationships and love if you’re a stranger to them, or having no experience with what it is like to feel arms around you give a little in another direction not of your choosing. Continue reading

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