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film review GREEN LANTERN

Green Lantern Starring:Ryan Reynolds, Peter Sarsgaard, Blake Lively, Mark Strong,Tim Robbins, Jay O. Sanders, Angela Basset, Temuera Morrison, Taika Waititi and Geoffrey Rush (voice) Director: Martin Campbell Green Lantern, as those of you who've grown  up reading comics well know, is a hero with several histories.   Director Martin  (Casino Royale) Campbell's green dude is an amalgamation of all these strands, even as Sinestro (Mark Strong) is a far cry from his villainous  moni...

Is That Beer?

Director: Lui Lobo.
Two robbers are trying to remember what they did the night before. It only gets better...

The Global Film Village: The WGA Just Add Pictures by Marla Lewin

 During the WGA strike last year there was an expansion of discussion among members and a desire to enhance the earning potential of the membership through greater ongoing communication. This is one of the first of the series of panel discussions which will explore various genres with writers and industry executives at the top of their game. The Saturday July 11, 2009 panel was about the huge comic book to film genre. The topic was turning screenplays into comic books to enhance their salabilit...

In search of Gog

Director: Colleen Pancake.
The film follows a young man named Rob Wilson along his comical and bizarre search for the ‘big questions’ about life, God, and the world. His first answers come from his therapist (author of “I’m ok, what’s wrong with you?”), from his parents in his childhood (who were too distracted by TV and work to care), and from a montage of religious leaders (who all chalk it up to being ‘a mystery’). As a child, he thought he heard ‘Gog’ instead of ‘God’ in Sunday school; he remarks that when he once asked, ‘Gog, are you there?’ he didn’t get an answer probably because he got the name wrong. His journey takes him through possibilities he never considered, and introduces him to new people and ideas. A irreverent comedy about religions where no Dogma is safe!




DCIFF Bringing the Best Of Independent Film To Washington

2007 Washington, DC Independent Film Festival ( (March 1 – 11, 2007) The 9th Annual Washington, DC Independent Film Festival will be held March 1 – 11, 2007. Academy Award winner Director Oliver Stone will open this year's festival. One of the premiere festivals for indie films on the Atlantic Coast, DCIFF runs 11 days, exhibits over 100 films (features, shorts, animations, documentaries, student) from around the world, and features 30 themed film showcases (Political, Cine L...

Movie Review: V FOR VENDETTA

It's easy to see how V, as a letter, as a symbol, can represent and inspire an uprising of citizen revolt. Victory. Vindication. Valour. These are the codes that the depressed people of a future totalitarian society aspire to and they also define the title character who stirs them to action. The graphical quality of the letter itself can resemble two arms, defiantly reaching for the heavens. But a revolution can live or die by the double-edged sword it employs; violence can pollute a cause and ...


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