Tag: Paris

Melo

Melo

Screen Reviews

A 1929 Parisian hit stage play becomes an arty yet poignant film in the Golden Age of French Cinema.

My Best Friend

My Best Friend

Screen Reviews

A stiff antique dealer discovers he has no friends, and sets out to get one. Carl F Gauze , the George Bailey of Orlando if there ever was one, has trouble understanding his plight in Patrice LeConte’s film.

The Housekeeper

The Housekeeper

Screen Reviews

A middle-aged man whose wife has left him hires a young woman to clean his house as he puts his life back in order. Joe Frietze smashes through the cliché to tell you how The Housekeeper is different. And maybe not so different.

The Housekeeper

Screen Reviews

romantic comedy, sexy, romp, paris, French, cliche, romance, inevitable,The Housekeeper,directed by Claude Berri,starring Jean-Pierrer Bacri, Emilie Dequenne ,Joe Frietze,The Housekeeper,directed by Claude Berri,starring Jean-Pierrer Bacri, Emilie Dequenne,Joe Frietze

Ravin

Music Reviews

Buddha Bar III – Selections (George V / Musicrama). Review by Kiran Aditham.

Thomas In Love

Screen Reviews

French sex farces enter the Digital Age with Paul Renders’ new film, Thomas In Love. Carl F. Gauze logs on for a “free trial.”

Three For One

Features

Terry Eagan has in mind some rather interesting inventions…

Paris, Texas

Music Reviews

These five song CDs can be so frustrating. Tease, tease, tease, and Paris, Te…

Paris, Texas

Music Reviews

So, You Think It’s Hot Here? (Polyvinyl). Review by Tom Minarchick

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Hold Me Tight

Hold Me Tight

Screen Reviews

Lily and Generoso review Hold Me Tight, the sixth feature directed by renowned actor Mathieu Amalric. Centered around a brilliant performance from Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread, Bergman Island), Hold Me Tight is an unpredictable and remarkable psychological drama.

Sirens

Sirens

Screen Reviews

The fact that the band Slaves to Sirens exists is impressive, but that they live, love, and breathe to play metal takes things to another level. Sirens documents the journey. Review by Charles DJ Deppner.