Links to my reviews published this week in the Herald and Seattle Weekly, and etc.
Sully. “About just one thing: How experience, expertise, and human judgment trump committee reports or computerized projections.”
Mia Madre. “It’s a pleasure to see a movie about people in their 50s, assessing their lives as they deal with the long farewell of a parent.”
For the Love of Spock. “The whole thing has the air of a home movie made for fans.”
Hieronymous Bosch: Touched by the Devil. “Curiously incomplete.”
And a little fall preview thingie.
Tonight at 7, join Framing Pictures as we meet for another free monthly session of conversation about movies. We’ll be at Scarecrow Video, sorting through topics that include Clint Eastwood’s Sully, David Mackenzie’s Hell or High Water, and Gus Van Sant’s much maligned Sea of Trees; a new blu-ray of John Ford’s Three Bad Men; and other items. Check our Facebook page, here.
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