Tag: Film

Knack of the Irish

Alex Fegan: The young man knows what he’s doing. The Dublin-born Co. Kerry resident is creating aesthetic eye candy and the visual storytelling the instinctually eloquent Irish can orate. The Palace Theatre, which knows how to put on a community event, held the Syracuse premiere of Older Than Ireland (2015), a documentary coming this April, showcasing the…

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Real Terror

There were literally no words after walking out of the theatre post-The VVitch or (The Witch) — not for a few minutes, at least. There was a desire for “quiet time” or some activity to take the mind off of what was just experienced. With this film, it’s safe to say there has been a noticeable shift in horror…

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Meticulous Mannerisms

Last Two Saturdays ago, the rainy day was a bit distracting. To cure it, the best bet seemed to go see a movie. The Landmark Theatre had kicked off its summer classic film series, and seeing a flick in an actual theatre was more than fitting, and it could not be resisted. Running into fellow improvisers,…

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Nebraska

It’s was great to see Alexander Payne’s Nebraska yesterday on the big screen of the little Mattydale establishment known as The Hollywood Theater.  The film stars the incredible Bruce Dern as the epitome of what it means to be human, Woody Grant.  To support this actor, Will Forte and Bob Odenkirk take on the roles of…

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Sounds to Paper to Screen

I would like to share a blog post, but only a segment of it, a paragraph, which is actually the first of only two in the entire post, by a blogger.  This blogger goes by the name of Opinionated Man through the blog Harsh Reality.  I highly recommend everyone to read this blog.  The particular post…

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