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This year’s Austin Film Festival programming was quite enjoyable — I didn’t walk out of a single film, nor feel tempted to nod off. When other festgoers asked me about movies, nearly everything I saw I described as “very nice.” I wished some of the films had been more powerful, I wished a couple of the movies had been shorter, and I wished one documentary hadn’t used auto-focus… Continue reading Austin Film Festival Dispatch #2: 'Sal,' 'No Ordinary Family,' and More

Review: Extraordinary Measures Is Extra Ordinary

300.2extraordinary.lr.011910 Review: Extraordinary Measures Is Extra OrdinaryReview in a Hurry: It’s tough to make a compelling movie about enzyme synthesis, even when you have the added attraction of Harrison Ford in full caricature mode. Save for his star power, this…
 Review: Extraordinary Measures Is Extra Ordinary

A sea of cameras captured a rumpled, handcuffed, angry-looking Dominique Strauss-Kahn as plainclothes detectives took the International Monetary … Continue reading Perp Walks Ordinary in US, an Outrage in France