Movie Diary 3/7/2012

Let the Bullets Fly (Jiang Wen, 2010). Sweet crimony, what a madcap lark this is: black-comedy stuff set in 1920s China, in which each new character is less savory than the last. The nutso highlights include an antic performance by Chow Yun-Fat, who lets go of past dignity in favor of glorious foolishness. (full review 3/9)

At What a Feeling!, the Eighties tap is turned on again with a review of Peter Bogdanovich’s Mask, a film that seems as though it should be better-known today.

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