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Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Top Films (October & November 2015)
Brooklyn (2015, John Crowley) pictured above Great performances, especially from Saoirse Ronan.
Listen to Me Marlon (2015, Stevan Riley) Amazing documentary on Marlon Brando.
Inequality for All (2013, Jacob Kornbluth) Top marks for the documentary that explains the economic collapse well.
Cast a Dark Shadow (1955, Lewis Gilbert) Under the radar noir that more than met my expectations.
Where to Invade Next (2015, Michael Moore) Definitely don't miss this film when it comes out. It is really one of Moore's strongest works. He goes all over the world to find out what countries are doing things better than the United States, so we can learn from them.
Lots of Honorable Mentions:
Anomalisa (2015, Duke Johnson, Charlie Kaufman)
Janis: Little Girl Blue (2015, Amy J. Berg)
Le Tout nouveau testament/The Brand New Testament (2015, Jaco Van Dormael)
The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (2015, Stanley Nelson)
Klopka/The Trap (2007, Srdan Golubovic)
The Walk (2015, Robert Zemeckis)
Juliette ou La clef des songes (1951, Marcel Carné)
All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records (2015, Colin Hanks)
What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015, Liz Garbus)
The Men Who Made the Movies: Howard Hawks (1973, Richard Schickel)
Love & Mercy (2014, Bill Pohlad)
La Vague (1891, Étienne-Jules Marey)
Majorité opprimée/Oppressed Majority (2010, Eleonore Pourriat)
Blok/Blocks (1982, Hieronim Neumann)