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Daily Archives: January 17, 2012
As I said in Pt. 1 yesterday, while every film fan makes a Top 10, that occasionally seems like a silly place to stop — so, in that spirit, here’s part two of my “Worthy 20,” the exceptional 2011 movies that, in some parallel universe, wound up on my Top 10. Again, these aren’t in any particular order … and don’t be afraid to chime in your thoughts on overlooked 2011 films. …
Errol Morris takes us through a rabbit hole of truth, tabloid press and kidnapping — all in the name of love, with some sidelines into Mormonism and the British press. You couldn’t make this stuff up, and Morris doesn’t need to …
22) “The Skin I Live In”
Almodovar does “Vertigo,” with a dash of Cronenberg, for the biggest, strangest and most beautifully-shot twist of the year, as well as a reunion with Antonio Banderas.
Buck Brannaman, who teaches people to get along with horses, and the great surprise of how much he has to teach people about getting along with life. A Zen study in denim and chaps.