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"True Grit", John Wayne Oscar Winner, On The Big Screen This Weekend, Redford Theatre, Detroit

30 January 2014 11:52 AM, PST | | See recent CinemaRetro news »


The 1969 film version of True Grit will be shown on the big screen this Friday and Saturday, January 31 and February 1, at the historic Redford Theatre in Detroit. John Wayne won the Best Actor Oscar for his immortal performance as Marshall Rooster Cogburn. The film co-stars Glen Campbell, Kim Darby and Robert Duvall. A 30 minute old time organ concerts precedes the screening. For more click here  »

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The man who’s always there: Carter Burwell’s collaborations with the Coen Bros.

29 January 2014 9:34 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

In his 30-year career as a composer, Carter Burwell’s film scores have run the veritable cinematic gamut. From composing for Spike Jonze (Being John MalkovichAdaptation., Where the Wild Things Are) to his work being the best parts of the Twilight saga, Burwell’s résumé is sporadic and unconventional, even for a man who makes film music for a living — it’s fitting, given his less-than-conventional roots as a cartoonist for The Harvard Lampoon and later as a vagrant New York punk rocker. Undoubtedly, Burwell’s become best known for the his collaborations with Joel and Ethan Coen. Last week, Sound on Sight ranked the films of the Coen Brothers, so what better way to take over The Big Score than with a similarly themed meditation on their work with Burwell? As much as the Coens’ filmography is defined by their trademark cynicism and wit, Burwell’s compositions are »

- David Klein

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‘R.I.P.D.’ Blu-ray Review

19 January 2014 10:26 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges, Mary-Louise Parker, Kevin Bacon, Stephanie Szostak, James Hong, Marisa Miller, Robert Knepper, Mike O’Malley, Devin Ratray | Written by Phil Hay, Matt Manfredi | Directed by Robert Schwentke

Essentially a mashing together of Men In Black, Ghostbusters and Hellboy, R.I.P.D doesn’t do itself any favours in just how derivative and indistinct the premise is. Dead police officers recruited to protect the world of the living from the dead, the film sounds like a comic book and indeed is based on one and on this kind of a level, the film for the most part works.

A vibe of “fun” is introduced early on and maintains itself for much of the runtime as Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges team up in the 80′s buddy cop-comedy kind of way and go through the film running, jumping and making things explode with giant revolvers. This »

- Ian Loring

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