Tag Archives: JIM STURGESS

Restless: Replete With Rigor (Mortis)

By Victoria Looseleaf There’s a slew of reasons why Harold and Maude is not only a cult classic, but an all-purpose, bona-fide classic. One: Directed by Hal Ashby with an original screenplay by Colin Higgins, it was startlingly fresh. Two: … Continue reading

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Being Ben…Whishaw

By Victoria Looseleaf This Just In: If the name Ben Whishaw doesn’t quite ring a bell yet, it will. And in a big way. Though we wrote this original post several months ago, it has come to our attention that … Continue reading

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One Day: One Dud

By Victoria Looseleaf Mawkish, maudlin, mushy. Oh, sorry. Those words all mean the same thing. But they do aptly describe the latest film by director Lone Scherfig (An Education). One Day feels more like one huge snooze-fest, despite the presence … Continue reading

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