Seattle International Film Festival

Review of the new bird-watching documentary The Central Park Effect from the Seattle International Film Festival.

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Warren Cantrell is at the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival seeing as many movies as he can and filing reviews and reports as he goes. Watching the Dutch film 170 Hz is very much like a stroll through an art museum’s wing showcasing some new-fangled modern art display. Though eyes may pass over an exhibit proudly showing [...]

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Liver-spotted social security benefactors with distended bellies and sweat-stained collars looked disdainfully upon the artistically minded film lovers of tomorrow.

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‘The Fourth State’ will almost certainly reappear in American cinemas with Shia LeBeouf as Paul, and Jessica Biel as Katja, for the outline of near-perfection is already in place, ready to be traced

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Warren Cantrell is at the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival seeing as many movies as he can and filing reviews and reports as he goes.  Game of Werewolves (Lobos de Arga) ain’t your grand-pappy’s monster movie, though the old man would have almost certainly recognized, if not enjoyed it.  The latter statement would hold especially true if your [...]

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Warren Cantrell is at the 2012 Seattle International Film Festival seeing as many movies as he can and filing reviews and reports as he goes.  Que pena tu boda (translated as Fuck My Wedding and directed by Nicolas Lopez) is a sequel to 2010’s Que pena tu vida (Fuck My Life), and is a rare exception to [...]

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