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LOST in Space

Posted June 8, 2012 by D. K. Holm

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Like Snow White and the Huntsman before it, Prometheus was the recipient of an effective trailer that instilled a sense of awed anticipation. ThePrometheus trailers were even anounced and postitioned like movies themselves, and coming out of commericals in the first place, director Ridley Scott may have had a hand in overseeing their creations. But unfortunately, also like Snow White, this […]


Fairy Tales Can Come True, It Can Happen to You

Posted by D. K. Holm

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2012 may be turning out to be one of the best years for film. Not only have we had a new Whit Stillman and two new Soderberghs and two Joss Whedon-related works, but the recent Cannes film festival highlighted new films by Michael Haneke, Dario Argento, Leos Carax, Audiard, Cronenberg, Miiki, and Andrew Dominik. Over the […]


Webcast #14 – 2012

Posted by Ed Goldberg

A special episode in which Kimberly Gadette, just returned from the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, is interviewed by D.K. (Doug) Holm about the nuts, bolts and even some of the movies in competition at the most celebrated film festival in the world.


Webcast #13 – 2012

Posted June 2, 2012 by Ed Goldberg

We review: Snow White and the Huntsman, Men in Black III, The Dictator, The Color Wheel and Hide Away.


Game of Theron

Posted June 1, 2012 by D. K. Holm

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One of the most anticipated films of the year, Snow White and the Huntsman benefited from a superior trailer and the failure artistically and commercially ofMirror Mirror, another film derived from the same Grimm fairy tale.1 Unfortunately, SnowWhite … is only about 65% percent successful, if that. The bad parts of the film include a screenplay2 that dissolves into too many […]


Mad Men in Black

Posted May 26, 2012 by D. K. Holm

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Everyone talks about the influence of Tarantino on movies but few track the influence of the Coen Brothers. Granted, Tarantino’s mark on cinema was dramatic, especially in the 1990s when every week seemed to bring forth another talky crime comedy with quirky characters making pop references. But the Coens have also had a pervasive influences, […]


Webcast #12 – 2012

Posted May 18, 2012 by Ed Goldberg

We review: Battleship, Bernie, Mansome, Marley, and The Deep Blue Sea.


Interview with the Vampire

Posted May 13, 2012 by D. K. Holm

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There were many ways that Tim Burton could have gone in adapting the 1966 – 1972 ABC soap opera Dark Shadows. He could have set the film in the time of the show, and hewed to its tone. He could have gone totally crazy with the satire and done it likeGreen Hornet, totally re-thinking it as […]


Webcast #11 – 2012

Posted May 11, 2012 by D. K. Holm

The On the Aisle team tackles the big spring releases, including Dark Shadows, The Avengers, The Sound of My Voice, The Raven, and the thriller Headhunters.


Together We Can Make It!

Posted May 4, 2012 by D. K. Holm

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Marvel’s The Avengers is the perfect example of the Efficient Market theory of business investing applied to movie storytelling. You are familiar with the Efficient Market theory of business investing aren’t you? Oh. Well, the Efficient Market theory of business investing states that a block of stocks in a portfolio are self-correcting in a way that gives the […]


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