10 Word Review – Ebertfest: Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion

Hilarious. Buddy. Misfits. Witty. Timing. Kudrow. Sorvino. Fun. Heart. Yes. from Instagram

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest: Bound

Stylish. Noir. Tilly. Gershon. Suspense. Mood. Writing. Smart. Direction. Yes. from Instagram

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest: Rachel Getting Married

Music. Writing. Hathaway. Realism. Family. Dysfunction. Winger. Direction. Uncomfortable. Yes. from Instagram

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest: Amazing Grace

Exquisite. Uplifting. Music. Amazing. Real. Riveting. Franklin. Pitch. Feel. Yes

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest – Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Meaningful. Surprising. Music. Wonderful. Sad. Truth. History. Stories. Influence. Yes.

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest – Daughters of Dust

Beautiful. Full. Warm. Magical. Visual. Feeling. Interesting. Family. Direction. Yes.

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest – A Page of Madness

Silent. Alloy. Orchestra. Japanese. Mad. Chaotic. Dog. Asylum. Dream-like. No.

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Ebertfest: 10 Word Review – Crimson Peak

Crazy. Gruesome. Beautiful. Feel. Direction. Atmospheric. House. Storytelling. Love. Yes.

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Making The World Larger One Film Festival At A Time.

I know I just did a 10 Word Review about Roger Ebert‘s Film Festival otherwise known as Ebertfest, but even though I put down those words I still feel there’s more to say.  Now, sitting here, it’s sort of tough to put what I think I want to say in words so bear with me.Continue reading “Making The World Larger One Film Festival At A Time.”

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest – The Ballad of Narayama (1958)

Honor. Color. Scene. Obligation. Play. Creative. Mountain. Sadness. Throwaway. Yes.

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest – Oslo, August 31st

Inevitability. Hopeless. Oslo. Homage. Direction. Beauty. Visual. Anders. Addiction. Yes.

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10 Word Review – Ebertfest – Bernie

Performance. Flavor. Texas. Townspeople. Funny. True. Black. Character. Direction. YES. This is my second review of Bernie. I enjoyed it even more this time around. Watching it with the film loving community at EbertFest this year was wonderful.

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