Before we begin, here’s an overview of what I watched in September. Now, here are this week’s articles.
Many reviews have been published on Rian Johnson’s Looper. Ryan McNeil does a particularly fine job.
Bob Turnbull has been providing some fun, well-written coverage of TIFF.
While The A.V. Club certainly does need any more recognition than it already receives, this recent article discussing the trendsetting, influential comedy/drama Louie is particularly inspired.
Colin reviews David Fincher’s The Game, on Criterion.
It doesn’t seem like Robot & Frank will be playing in a theater near me anytime soon. But Blake’s positive review gives me hope that someday I’ll be able to get around to it.
Roger Ebert gave Richard Gere’s latest film Arbitrage four stars. My interest continues to sustain after reading Aaron’s review of the film.
Oscar seasons is coming. For some, it has already begun: the 85th foreign film submissions.
Graffiti with Punctuation, a well-made and written Australian based website, hires Andy Buckle.
Nostra talks about and views all things Ryan Gosling.
Classic Hitchcock, so many say. Eric reviews Notorious.