Movie Diary 10/13/2014

Fury (David Ayer, 2014). A World War II picture, in which the conflict adds up to a slaughterhouse. I still think Ayer is talented, but this is one gruesome movie. (full review 10/17)

The Best of Me (Michael Hoffman, 2014). Another Nicholas Sparks novel comes to the screen, with Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden as reunited high-school lovebirds. The movie’s incredible in the true sense of the word. (full review 10/24)

Rudderless (William H. Macy, 2013). Billy Crudup as a grieving father, finding something in the songs left behind by his dead son. A strong air of Sundance hangs about the project. (full review 10/17)

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