Aging assassin Callow returns to his childhood home before retirement.
I'm a person who's in love with and fascinated by good movies and good movie-making. I'm also aware that films are a tremendous communication tool; that they are not just entertainment at the same time as I know that it is the...
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I'm a person who's in love with and fascinated by good movies and good movie-making. I'm also aware that films are a tremendous communication tool; that they are not just entertainment at the same time as I know that it is the big blockbusters that afford studios the money to make the wonderful small, passion-driven, passion-created movies. Movie-making is a business, first of all, but that doesn't have to be all it is.
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A review of Reeled Inby sjohnsto on 07/27/2012I'm quite impressed with this film because it does not go where I expected it to go even with the twist that led to the, er, conflict at the end. I could have used a bit more backstory, maybe something in the beginning that showed the two in question together, maybe with the third watching--maybe in flashback--but I liked the film overall. Specifically, the acting was generally... read
A review of THE MAFIA TYPEby sjohnsto on 02/15/2011I wasn't too impressed with the first portion of this movie because it was too disjointed and the music overpowered the dialogue (other than the off curse word). The cinematography, however, looked pretty impressive and like something from a larger-budget film. It picked up a lot after the actor got home and got his assignment, and the twist ending was a pretty good pick-me-up... read
A review of God Plays Solitaireby sjohnsto on 01/24/2007I really enjoyed this film and its sense of humor. I wasn't thrilled with the voiceovers of the first two ladies, but once they were actually speaking on-camera, their acting talent became much more apparent. Also, the large African-American fellow was particularly good and natural-seeming (is he really that chipper?). It seemed early on that this was just going to be a... read