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Artificial Intelligence – a Top Ten LIst
August 1st, 2008

It’s human nature — since time immemorial we’ve attributed human characteristics to everything around us. From the Freudian (so we don’t feel so alone in the universe) to the commercial (Pixar’s box office hauls), the reasons why pop culture is full of human-like intelligence are endless.

Buddha’s Lost Children
April 1st, 2008

An ex boxer-turned Buddhist monk collects horses and orphaned, malnourished children in his far north Thailand monastery, wielding his own special kind of boisterous, unsentimental love to boys who’ve never known it.


White Planet
April 1st, 2008

Charting a year in the life of far north Canada would have been a huge task but it feels like an old ABC nature series. In fact it’s not even that informative, glossing over scientific fact in favour of poetic description interspersed with godawful native Inuit music.

American Swing
August 1st, 2009

The highlight is the reminiscences of a then-young female photographer who frequented Plato’s and provides the unwitting moral of the story when she describes how she got pubic lice just from sitting down in the mattress-strewn ‘sex room’.


Head in the Clouds
August 1st, 2005

Duigan paints a gorgeous looking picture of Europe’s heady pre-war days, and with the three beautiful and competent leads, it’s hard not to be drawn in.

Oblique September 11 references
April 30th, 2008

It was inevitable Hollywood would deconstruct the actual events — as it finally did with United 93 and World Trade Center — but for the longest time it hardly dared breathe the phrase ‘September 11, 2001’, using the drama of everything from aliens to divorce as a stand-in.






The Strangers It doesn't look like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, but this smoothly shot ...
September 1st, 2008

Four Minutes Note to filmmakers; there's little else you can bring to the determined-teacher-heals-troubled-kid ...
April 1st, 2008

Criminal Heroes They break the law, lie, cheat and steal. What else but the ...
May 17th, 2008

Away We Go In-love Gen Xers Burt (Krasinski) and Verona (Rudolph) fall pregnant and embark ...
November 1st, 2009

Slacker Uprising It's been so rare for Michael Moore to fail you're almost surprised ...
August 1st, 2009

Buddha’s Lost Children An ex boxer-turned Buddhist monk collects horses and orphaned, malnourished children in ...
April 1st, 2008


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