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Criterion Collection: Riot on Cell Block 11 | DVD Review

29 April 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

The inspiration behind the making of Riot in Cell Block 11 is as equally fascinating as the end product. Producer Walter Wanger (who famously produced Hitchcock’s 1941 film, Foreign Correspondent, among others) was sentenced to a brief stint in prison after shooting a man he believed was having an affair with his then wife, actress Joan Bennett. The dramatic scandal would force Wanger into an experience that apparently changed his life, as leaving prison immediately saw his intense interest in getting this project off the ground, basing it on an actual event that happened in Michigan. Undeniably a semi-documentary message film, it’s an arresting prison drama that features believable performances and striking cinematography. Serving as director Don Siegel’s first major hit at the box office despite lack of female stars and subject matter, it’s his first definitive example of the themes that would mark him as Clint Eastwood »

- Nicholas Bell

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Critics’ Choice: Joey Berlin from Bfca

15 April 2014 1:26 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Joey Berlin from the Broadcast Film Critics Association – Critics’ Choice Awards By Robert W. Welkos In 1995, Joey Berlin and Rod Lurie, two entertainment reporters and film critics who had written for rival publications, joined forces to create the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. While Lurie would go on to carve out a successful Hollywood career as a screenwriter and director with such films as “The Contender” and “The Last Castle,” Berlin hasn’t faired too badly, either, as the president of the Bfca. Starting with 44 members the first year, the Bfca’s voting membership today hovers between 285 and 290 and the organization bills itself as the largest film critics group in the U.S. and Canada. At the same time, the Bfca created the Critics’ Choice Awards, a glitzy tux-and-gown gala now televised on the CW Network that features red carpet celebrity arrivals, drawing worldwide media attention and plenty of Oscar buzz »

- Robert W. Welkos

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Enough Said Blu-Ray Review

20 February 2014 10:55 AM, PST | | See recent AreYouScreening news »

James Gandolfini is unfortunately not particularly remembered as delivering a lot of variety. It isn’t just that Tony Soprano springs so quickly to mind, it’s that he fits so well physically with a certain type of role, that even when we try to recall his other work, the best we’re likely to come up with is Col. Winter in The Last Castle. Now, there are plenty of titles that people may then mention, which causes the standard, “Oh, yeah,” reaction, but still, when you first hear the name, you get what you get.

This is why, despite the fact that it’s difficult to make any comment at all, given the situation, I’m glad the last big effort we get from Gandolfini is Enough Said, as opposed to say, Killing Them Softly. Not only does it showcase a broader set of abilities, but hopefully it will »

- Marc Eastman

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