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Chaps Who Did Taps: Movie Choreography in Iron Man II

Posted on 02 January 2011 by ChloeG

Heps who did steps aren’t stepping any more, they’re doing choreography. It’s Danny Kaye’s lament from White Christmas – all of the fantastic things that dancers used to do that are being replaced with choreography. Thesame is true of movies, though I find myself unconcerned about it at worst, and delighted at best. Continue Reading

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Now Playing on Netflix: Captain Kirk as a Hippie, or, Everything You Never Knew You Never Knew About the Emergence of Californian Wine

Posted on 06 December 2010 by ChloeG

I avoided this one for a long time.  Docu-dramas don’t really strike me as real movies, and one about wine was even less appealing than most.  Skepticism is warranted, but for reasons outside of my control I did end up starting it.  And because of an amusing selection of cast, I continued watching it. Continue Reading

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Now Playing on Netflix: Arranged: Does a Movie Really Have to be About Something?

Posted on 24 November 2010 by ChloeG

Serious hats, boys and girls.  This week, I’m reviewing a movie that Netflix had rated more than 4 stars for me (which tells me there’s a good shot that I’m both boring and extremely niche) that parades as being about arranged marriages.  It isn’t, really.  Continue Reading

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Never Let Me Go: A Perfect Movie?

Posted on 26 October 2010 by HansKlopek

Perfection is an almost impossible quality to pin down in any art form, particularly film and fiction. Continue Reading

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Cinema Cool’s Look Back at Adventures in Babysitting

Posted on 20 May 2010 by Quaid

If you’ve never seen Adventures in Babysitting, then you’ve never lived. Continue Reading

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Cinema Cool’s “The Best Bloody Horror Moments in Cinema History!”

Posted on 06 May 2010 by Quaid

Hi all, Quaid here with a great little discovery.   Continue Reading

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