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Review Credits
Two of our frequent contributors have distinctively recognizable styles. In order to make reading through the page breezier, they are credited here:
> All details of Oscar wins and nominations: Pox Voldius
> All reviews with star-ratings: Eric Vandenberg (see Eric's explanation of his star ratings)
> Pox and Eric will be specifically credited where there would be any ambiguity without doing so.
> All other contributors will be credited at the end of their review.
> If others wish to mention Oscar awards or give a star rating, please feel free to do so. You will be clearly credited for your review.


June 25
Journey to the West (2013)  4.0 stars
Well acted and paced, very funny, Chinese action adventure / zany comedy romance; good sfx.

June 26
Child of God (2012)  2.0 stars
Well acted, slow paced, mental illness relationship drama.

Greenwich Village: Music that Defined a Generation (2012)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, interesting, musical cultural documentary.

The Unlikely Girl (2012)  2.5 stars
Well acted and paced, French relationship / romantic mystery drama. Similar to "The Return of Martin Guerre." Claims English audio, but about 80% subtitled.

June 27
Asteroid vs. Earth (2014)  2.5 stars
Moderately acted, fairly well paced, disaster drama.

Goon (2011)  2.5 stars
Well acted, fairly well paced, hockey dramedy.

Line of Sight (2012)  2.0 stars
Fast paced, but repetitive shots of bicycle-riding idiots illegally, and narrowly missing pedestrians and traffic around the world. Some nice cinematography, but seemed much longer than it's 65 min. running time.

June 28
The Barber (2014)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, serial-killer crime drama.

June 29
Escorts (2015)  2.5 stars
Well paced, 46 min., British sex-workers biographical documentary.

If You Don’t, I Will (2014)  2.5 stars
Well acted, fairly well paced, French relationship drama.

Married, Single, Dead (2011)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, 45 min., British social media crime documentary.

Murder on the Social Network (2011)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, 45 min., British crime documentary.

My Online Bride (2014)  2.0 stars
Fairly well paced, 47 min., British documentary about men looking for foreign brides.

My Sex Robot (2010)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, 46 min. documentary about the state of animatronic dolls in 2010.

Prisoners of the Sun (2013)  2.0 stars
Fairly well acted and paced, tomb raider, sci-fi action adventure.

Revenge Porn (2015)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, interesting, 46 min. examination of how certain naked pictures appear, and spread on the internet.

What’s Manzai?!!! (2016)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 42 min., Japanese comedy documentary.

June 30
American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, college sex comedy; good nudity.

American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, college sex comedy; good nudity.

An Unmarried Woman (1978)
3 Oscar noms
Actress in a Leading Role (Jill Clayburgh)
Best Picture
Writing (Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen)

Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, British high-school-teen-angst comedy-drama.

Annie (1982)
2 Oscar noms
Art Direction
Music (Original Song Score and Its Adaptation or Adaptation Score)

Bad Hair Day (2015)  2.5 stars
Well acted and paced, high school crime comedy-drama.

Bajatey Raho (2013)  3.0 stars
Well acted, fairly well paced, Hindi crime / romance / comedy musical.

Becoming Jane (2007)  2.5 stars
Well acted, fairly well paced, biographical romantic drama.

Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
I'm gonna have to say that the best description of Big Trouble in Little China is: WTF. It's somewhat entertaining, but the acting and dialogue are terrible, and the story is completely ridiculous.
— Pox Voldius, June 17, 2017

Blazing Saddles (1974)
3 Oscar noms
Actress in a Supporting Role (Madeline Kahn)
Film Editing
Music (Song - "Blazing Saddles" by John Morris and Mel Brooks)

Braveheart (1995)
5 Oscar wins
Cinematography
Directing (Mel Gibson)
Makeup
Best Picture
Sound Effects Editing
5 Oscar noms
Costume Design
Film Editing
Music (Original Dramatic Score)
Sound
Writing (Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen)

Chocolat (2000)
5 Oscar noms
Actress in a Leading Role (Juliette Binoche)
Actress in a Supporting Role (Judi Dench)
Music (Original Score - Rachel Portman)
Best Picture
Writing (Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published)

The Cold Light of Day (2012)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, action thriller.

Darr @ the Mall (2014)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, Hindi horror; good sfx.

Dave Attell: Road Work (2014)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, amusing after a bad start, 41 min., stand-up comedy.

Death Race 2 (2010)  3.0 stars
Well acted, fast paced, action revenge drama. Strong supporting cast.

Flicka 2 (2010)  2.5 stars
Well acted, fairly well paced, girl-and-her-horse drama.

Glengarry Glen Ross (1992)
1 Oscar nom: Actor in a Supporting Role (Al Pacino)

Hello Dolly! (1969)
3 Oscar wins
Art Direction
Music (Score of a Musical Picture - original or adaptation)
Sound
4 Oscar noms
Cinematography
Costume Design
Film Editing
Best Picture

Hugo (2011)
5 Oscar wins
Art Direction
Cinematography
Sound Editing
Sound Mixing
Visual Effects
6 Oscar noms
Costume Design
Directing (Martin Scorsese)
Film Editing
Music (Original Score - Howard Shore)
Best Picture
Writing (Adapted Screenplay)   — Pox Voldius, June 19, 2017

Well acted and paced, children's fantasy adventure.  3.0 stars   — Eric Vandenberg, June 19, 2017

The Impossible (2012)
1 Oscar nom:  Actress in a Leading Role (Naomi Watts)
True-story disaster movie. Warning: The first 45 minutes of this film are absolutely agonizing to watch.
— Pox Voldius, June 17, 2017

Well acted, slow paced, boring disaster drama.  2.0 stars   — Eric Vandenberg, June 19, 2017

Kate & Leopold (2001)
1 Oscar nom:  Music (Original Song - "Until" by Sting)

Love & Engineering (2015)  2.0 stars
Fairly well paced, somewhat interesting attempt to use algorithms to expedite human interaction. Heavily accented English and stammering made it a little difficult to understand.

Man Up (2015)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, stoner relationship comedy.

The Midnight Meat Train (2008)  2.5 stars
Well acted, fairly well paced horror. Creates mood well, good sfx.

Mo’Nique: I Coulda Been Your Cellmate! (2006)  2.0 stars
Fairly well paced, slightly amusing, 57 min., prison stand-up concert.

Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, comedian biography.

Perfect Sense (2011)  2.0 stars
Well acted, slow paced, apocalyptic disease drama.

Reasonable Doubt (2014)  3.5 stars
Well acted and paced crime thriller.

The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (2007)  2.5 stars
Well acted and paced, WW2, Scottish child-and-creature relationship drama.

Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo (2004)  2.5 stars
Well voiced and paced, children's relationship musical / adventure comedy.

Working Girl (1988)
1 Oscar win
Music (Original Song - "Let the River Run" by Carly Simon)
5 Oscar noms
Actress in a Leading Role (Melanie Griffith)
Actress in a Supporting Role (Joan Cusack)
Actress in a Supporting Role (Sigourney Weaver)
Directing (Mike Nichols)
Best Picture

Worms (2013)  2.5 stars
Well voiced and paced, children's adventure dramedy.

Smithsonian Channel Shows
9/11: Stories in Fragments (2011)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting look back at chroniclers and responders of twin tower destructions.

America’s Secret D-Day Disaster (2014)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 51 min. WW2 training disaster documentary.

Black Mamba: Kiss of Death (2013)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min. nature documentary.

Black Wings (2012)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 51 min. documentary about negro aviation in U.S.

Blondie’s New York (2014)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 51 min. examination of a studio album.

Bombs, Bullets, and Fraud (2007)
Bombs, Bullets, and Fraud is a look at the Postal Inspection Service, probably one of the least-known and least-understood arms of the U.S. Postal Service. It shows the history of the postal inspectors, and follows some modern-day inspectors as they track down criminals that use the mail. A very interesting watch, especially if you are interested in law enforcement in general.   — Nica, April 25, 2017

Fairly well paced, 51 min., interesting amalgam of historical postal criminal incidents.  2.5 stars
— Eric Vandenberg, April 25, 2017

Civil War 360 - 3 Episodes (2013)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting historical documentary.

The Day Kennedy Died (2013)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, historical documentary.

Day of the Kamikaze (2007)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, WW2 Japanese military strategy documentary. Good mix of archival footage and interviews. Particularly appreciated voice-over vs. subtitles.

Death Beach (2012)  2.0 stars
Fairly well paced, 46 min., shark-mystery nature documentary.

Hindenburg: The Untold Story (2010)  2.0 stars
Well acted, moderately paced, repetitive, overly long docudrama. Interesting subject matter.

Hip Hop: The Furious Force of Rhymes (2012)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, 69 min, heavily subtitled, musical documentary look at hip hop around the world.

Hitler's Riches (2014)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min. biographical, historical, forensic, economic investigation documentary.

The Hunt for Bin Laden (2012)  3.0 stars
Well paced, interesting, fairly comprehensive, biographical history and U.S. intelligence response. Good access to key players.

The Incredible Bionic Man (2013)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min., medical science documentary.

Leopard Fight Club (2014)  2.0 stars
Fairly well paced, 46 min., overly flowery narration, select animal biography. Some strange cutaways, semi-edited for family viewing?

Ninja: Shadow Warriors (2012)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 51 min., Japanese historical documentary.

The Real Beauty and the Beast (2014)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min., historical biographical documentary.

Samurai Headhunters (2013)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min., Japanese historical documentary.

The Seven Dwarfs of Auschwitz (2013)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min. WW2 documentary.

Titanic’s Final Mystery (2012)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, interesting, shipwreck examination, minimal repetition.

Titanoboa: Monster Snake (2012)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, nature investigation documentary.

Treblinka: Hitler’s Killing Machine (2014)  2.5 stars
Fairly well paced, slightly repetitive and scattershot, 46 min., WW2 death-camp excavation documentary.

Venom Islands (2012)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min., scientific nature documentary.

World War II Spy School (2014)  2.5 stars
Well paced, interesting, 46 min., WW2 historical documentary.

July 1
The Glades - 4 Seasons (2013)  3.0 stars
Well acted and paced, amusing, cop crime dramedy; attractive guest actors.

July 2
The Last Samurai (2003)
4 Oscar noms
Actor in a Supporting Role (Ken Watanabe)
Art Direction
Costume Design
Sound Mixing

July 11
Adventures of Pepper and Paula (2015)  2.5 stars
Fairly well acted, well paced, children's Western and animal-relationship drama.

Sleeping Beauty (2014)  2.0 stars
Fairly well acted and paced, fantasy / action / zombie drama; laughable sfx.



Eric's star system and review process

"I use the Videohound rating system out of 4 stars. 
> Essentially, 1.5 or less, I do not consider to be worth watching for anyone.
> 2 stars may be greater enjoyment for others than what I derived from it.
> 2.5 is competent.
> 3.0 or more is very enjoyable.
The most important factors for me are acting and pacing."



Have you watched one of the expiring shows, and want to share your thoughts, feelings, reactions? All reviews are welcome, even if you would like to add your two cents about one of the titles above.

36 comments:

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    1. Thank you for sharing your Oscar Best Films list, Pox Voldius. Hard to complain about Netflix content when looking at all these titles. It might take me a couple days, but I want to give these a special place on the page. Sure hope these don't expire soon. I'm surprised by how many I haven't seen.

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    2. You're welcome. Perhaps at some point I'll search some of the other categories & post which ones are on NF. [Though, I can tell you right now that the nominees for Directing largely overlap with the nominees for Best Picture.]

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    3. You're right about the overlap - Best Film tends to overlap in a lot of categories. I'm on the fence about whether it makes good sense to list additional categories for all films on Netflix. Directing and writing, and usually acting overlap. While some people are into a great musical score, and others may like films that look terrific, not everyone cares about the same stuff. Those nominated for Best Film are not a guarantee of anything, but I think we can justify calling those out as something readers might want to consider. If you feel like it, it would be nice to have the same kinds of lists for Documentary and Animated films, but only if you feel like it. You've been more than generous already.

      Because evaluating the quality of titles isn't the main point here, I don't want to distract readers too much from why they came to this blog. But I do feel some sense of responsibility to give them something in the way of a suggestion or two. I did like that you called out the Oscar wins/noms for the expiring titles, (I also liked David's counterpoint to a couple of them.) I plan to put a link to this page next to any expiring title that has a review or other info to help with a decision.

      Thanks again for contributing the lists, both for the sake of the blog and for my own. And, any other thoughts you have on all of this are, of course, welcome.

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  2. Linklisa & Pox Voldius - A friend of mine came to the blog; As It Is in Heaven had already expired, but she ordered it from the library based on the reviews here. Also, she printed out the Oscar page. Kudos to both of you for all your efforts to help others get the most out of Netflix!

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  3. Braveheart (1995) [last day 1/15] - 5 Oscar wins: Cinematography, Directing [Mel Gibson], Makeup, Best Picture, Sound Effects Editing; 5 Oscar noms: Costume Design, Film Editing, Music (Original Dramatic Score), Sound, Writing (Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen)

    And anyone interested in reading a historian's take on everything that's wrong or amusing about Beowulf (2007), Braveheart (1995) [it may be a good film, but it's terribly inaccurate in regards to history!], Gladiator (2000), Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), and several other films & TV shows with historical settings, can check out the entries in this blog --> http://aelarsen.wordpress.com/ It's really quite a fascinating and entertaining read. ;)

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  4. Bus Stop (1956) -- The lead male character is a detestable pig that thinks women are property to be dragged back to his cave by their hair. This film would have been much improved if Marilyn Monroe's character had just snapped and kicked his teeth in when he barged into her bedroom uninvited.

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    1. Okay, technically the Academy considered Don Murray a supporting actor in this film, but he spent a heck of a lot of time chewing up the scenery.

      And the ending is like some kind of creeper's fantasy. He kidnaps the girl, then she changes her mind and they live happily ever after.

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    2. Well, it was released in 1956, when all men WERE pigs.

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    3. There have always been good men and women, and there have always been those who don't give much thought to whether their actions are really the right thing to do. Movies have a way of exaggerating examples of both, sometimes hoping to teach us something, sometimes just having fun - or what the filmmakers perceive to be fun. They are human, too.

      Bus Stop was a huge hit when it came out. My parents took me to see it, but it went over my head - I was in grade school. When I saw it later, as an adult, I felt the same way you do, P.V. I really didn't understand why it was supposed to be such a great movie. Maybe it was just the likability of the stars at the time, and something different in the way of a "romantic" plot.

      One of the things I love about movies is how they give us a snapshot of the socio-political thinking of the times in which they were made. In terms of male-female relationships, compare Bus Stop (1956) to Sunrise (1929). If I had to choose, I'd much rather be the Marilyn character. Then take a look at Borat (2006), by which time thinking had evolved to the point where we were making fun of the whole, "bag her (literally) and carry her off," mind-set. We're making progress.

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  5. To all contributors of 5/31 title reviews:

    I'm sorry the 5/31 reviews are not up yet. And now there's the new wrinkle of maybe-they-won't-expire-after-all. I want to give 5/31 titles their own review page. Larry G is working on making the whole process of putting up reviews more streamlined (thank you, Larry!). Please bear with me for a couple days more.

    In the meantime, titles for other dates will go up as usual. And, of course, your reviews will stay in the comments so people can see them here. Any 5/31 titles that turn out to not be expiring will have your reviews entered on the We Recommend/Or Not page for New and Existing titles.

    Thank you all so much for taking the time to share your thoughts and knowledge about movies and shows. It enriches the site, and gives a valuable personal touch that strengthens the feel of community. I always love reading all your reviews, and no doubt others do, as well.

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    1. When I chatted with NF customer service yesterday or the day before, they said there were actually multiple deals with Miramax rather than just the one.

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  6. Carol - re: The Mummy, I know it's supposed to be fantasy, but they didn't even try to get their supposed setting correct. I know some people are able to enjoy films that failed the homework that badly, but I'm not one of those people. For me, this is like setting a story in 20th century New York and then putting the Eiffel Tower in the skyline and dressing everyone in Roman togas.

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    1. *Particularly not when it comes to failing the homework on ancient history and pre-history, anyway. That's one of my favorite study subjects.

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    2. Thanks, P.V. The wonderful thing about preference is that everybody's always right. I completely respect - and understand - your preference here. You're obviously not the only one put off by gaping inaccuracies in historical and geographical elements. For me, though, fiction gets to be as fictional as it wants to be - I'm not looking for edification in the likes of The Mummy. And I would so totally see the movie you propose, with the Eiffel Tower and Roman togas in 20th century NY. Vive la différence!

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    3. I think that I would rather see the Eiffel Tower movie. That would likely indicate intent upon the part of the filmmaker rather than historical inaccuracy due to pure sloppiness.

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  7. 12/31--Believeland (2016): A great documentary summarizing 50 years of sports frustration for those of us who were born or lived in northeastern Ohio. I believe the documentary came out in 2014 or 2015 and had the 2016 Cavs win added on in 2016..

    1/5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2009). I have to disagree with Eric. I found the film faithful to the book and extremely riveting. In fact, I would rate this the best of the three film trilogy and greatly superior to the American remake.

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    1. W72, anyone is free to disagree with me at any time, it is only my opinion. In fact things that I rate as a 2 could be a 4 for some people. I have not read the book, but given the hype for this particular film I was quite disappointed.

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    2. Eric, thanks for the work you do on these reviews!

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  8. January 13
    The Act of Killing (2012) -- also on the Documentary list

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    1. Which Best Documentary list are you referring to?

      Thanks

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    2. The one on "Page 3: We Recommend - Oscar Winners & Nominees on Netflix".

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    1. Hi Carol,
      I noticed that there were 3 movies titled 'Love Me', so I put them all on my list and have watched 2 so far. I had the impression that this blog had already identified the 2013 title as the one expiring. In any case, however you want to run the blog is fine with me. Let me know if there are any tweaks you need me to make in the reviews.
      Also, if it is not intrusive, you might want to reconsider accepting advertising, the amount of work you do on this deserves some remuneration.

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    2. Hi Eric, sorry about the confusion over Love Me. My best guess is that the one you reviewed IS the right one, but want to wait until I can be 100% sure.

      Your reviews format is fine - thanks for all your work here. I do make copy edits where I think it will help with read-ability or clarify things, or sometimes, to keep style issues consistent. But that's just what I do - I'd copy edit Shakespeare.

      As far as accepting ads, I appreciate your sentiment, but I'm old-school internet - free sharing of information. If I didn't enjoy working on the blog, I wouldn't do it. :-)

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    3. Hi Eric - we were both right about which "Love Me" is expiring. I have put your review up, now.

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  10. Note to Linklisa:
    Hi, just want to thank you for your review of DamNation (exp. 5/1). I would never have watched it if not for your description, especially the part about being visually beautiful. I agreed with you completely, and learned about something I wasn't really aware of. For me, personal recommendations from people I trust beat out algorithms every time - thank you!

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  11. Reviews for the Smithsonian Channel shows are in the top section of the page.

    Eric, I forgot that you reviewed so many of these - amazing job! I'm glad they're getting another go 'round.

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  12. 26-Jun Greenwich Village: Music that Defined a Generation (2012) 2.5 Stars. Fairly well paced, interesting musical cultural documentary.
    26-Jun The Unlikely Girl (2012) 2.5 Stars. Well acted and paced French relationship / romantic mystery drama. Similar to "The Return of Martin Guerre". Claims English audio, but about 80% subtitled.
    27-Jun Goon (2011) 2.5 Stars. Well acted, fairly well paced, hockey dramedy.
    30-Jun American Pie Presents: Beta House (2007) 3.0 Stars. Well acted and paced college sex comedy, good nudity.
    30-Jun American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile (2006) 3.0 Stars. Well acted and paced college sex comedy, good nudity.
    30-Jun Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging (2008) 3.0 Stars. Well acted and paced British high school teen angst comedy-drama.
    30-Jun Darr @ the Mall (2014) 3.0 Stars. Well acted and paced Hindi horror, good sfx.
    30-Jun Dave Attell: Road Work (2014) 2.5 Stars. Fairly well paced, amusing after a bad start, 41 min standup comedy.
    30-Jun Man Up (2015) 3.0 Stars. Well acted and paced stoner relationship comedy.
    11-Jul Adventures of Pepper and Paula (2015) 2.5 Stars. Fairly well acted, well paced, children's western and animal relationship drama.
    11-Jul Sleeping Beauty (2014) 2.0 Stars. Fairly well acted and paced fantasy, action, zombie drama, laughable sfx.

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  13. July 2
    The Last Samurai (2003) -- 4 Oscar noms: Actor in a Supporting Role [Ken Watanabe], Art Direction, Costume Design, Sound Mixing

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  14. 28-Jun The Barber (2014) 3.0 Stars. Well acted and paced serial killer crime drama.
    30-Jun Bajatey Raho (2013) 3.0 Stars. Well acted, fairly well paced, Hindi crime romance comedy musical.
    30-Jun Mo’Nique: I Coulda Been Your Cellmate! (2006) 2.0 Stars. Fairly well paced, slightly amusing, 57 min prison standup concert.
    30-Jun 9/11: Stories in Fragments (2011) 2.5 Stars. Well paced, interesting look back at chroniclers & responders of twin tower destructions.

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  15. 29-Jun Escorts (2015) 2.5 Stars. Well paced, 46 min British sex workers biographical documentary.
    29-Jun My Sex Robot (2010) 2.5 Stars. Fairly well paced, 46 min, 2010 state of animatronic dolls documentary.

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  16. 27-Jun Line of Sight (2012) 2.0 Stars. Fast paced but repetitive shots of bicycle riding idiots illegally and narrowly missing pedestrians & traffic around the world. Some nice cinematography, but seemed much longer than it's 65 min running time.
    29-Jun Revenge Porn (2015) 2.5 Stars. Fairly well paced, interesting 46 min examination of how certain naked pictures appear and spread on the internet.
    29-Jun What’s Manzai?!!! (2016) 2.5 Stars. Well paced, interesting 42 min Japanese comedy documentary.
    30-Jun Love & Engineering (2015) 2.0 Stars. Fairly well paced, somewhat interesting attempt to use algorithms to expedite human interaction. Heavily accented English and stammering made it a little difficult to understand.
    30-Jun Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007) 2.5 Stars. Fairly well paced, comedian biography.

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  17. All reviews to this point have been formatted in the top section of this page.

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