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September 14th, 2009 at 2:49am Comment

DainBinder wrote a review of Lars and the Real Girl. Lars and the Real Girl (2007) is a quirky odd almost want to laugh but shouldn't movie. It stars Ryan Gosling as Lars Lindstrom; a socially challenged and mentally delusional man that lives in his brother's garage. Lars hates to be touched in anyway and barely speaks because of his shyness. He ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 3:17pm Comment

Lars and the Real Girl

Genre: Comedy

A strange young man begins a romantic relationship with a blow-up doll.

DainBinder wrote a review of Run Lola Run. Run Lola Run/Lola rennt (1998) is a fast paced German action film occurring almost in real time and one of the first independent films I ever watched. The DVD has an English track but I recommend listening to the original German to get the best experience (it has English subtitles). Lola (Franka ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 3:07pm Comment

Run Lola Run

Genre: Action & Adventure

A girl with Kool-Aid colored hair races to save her boyfriend.

DainBinder wrote a review of The Girl in the Café. The Girl in the Café (2005) is a charmingly awkward story with a strong message about global poverty and disease. Lawrence (Bill Nighy) is an older, tall and lanky, quiet, shy, and mild man working for the Chancellor of the Exchequer and preparing for the 2005 G8 Conference in Reykjavik, Iceland... more

August 28th, 2009 at 2:52pm Comment

The Girl in the Café

Genre: Drama

A lonely government worker falls for a much younger woman.

DainBinder wrote a review of All About Us. All About Us (2007) is a movie about the movie you are watching; yeah, different! Seriously though, it is a story of a husband and wife filmmaking team (based on Christine and Michael Swanson - the director/writer/producer). We follow them through their struggles of living the dream and being ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 2:44pm Comment

All About Us

Genre: Comedy

Meta movie about a husband and wife filmmaking team.

DainBinder wrote a review of Imaginary Heroes. Imaginary Heroes (2004) is an ambitious movie touching on so many life events - good and bad. I guarantee there is at least one scene in this movie everyone can relate with. This movie is actually pretty hard to review since it starts right up and anything I could tell you would ruin your movie ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 2:35pm Comment

Imaginary Heroes

Genre: Drama

A family is torn apart by suicide.

DainBinder wrote a review of The Last Broadcast. The Last Broadcast (1998) is a documentary by David Leigh about the 1995 "Fact or Fiction" killings in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. It is a look into the odd deaths of Steven Avkast and Locus Wheeler and the disappearance of Rein Clackin. David uses real footage from the event when possible to ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 2:30pm Comment

The Last Broadcast

Genre: Horror

Blair Witch-style mockumentary about a local legend known as The Jersey Devil.

DainBinder wrote a review of The Orphanage. El Orfanato (2007) is a Spanish independent film with tastes of a drama, thriller, mystery, and horror. It was marketed more as a horror film in the US but it is so much deeper than that; there certainly are some startling moments and fear though. I would personally categorize this is an edgy drama/... more

August 28th, 2009 at 8:58am Comment

The Orphanage

Genre: Horror

A boy goes missing from an orphanage that may be haunted.

DainBinder wrote a review of Boxers and Ballerinas. Boxers and Ballerinas (2004) is a very well done modern documentary about the social and political differences between the United States and Cuba. This is not your grandmother's documentary! Through innovative camera techniques and a "sit back and watch" or photo journalistic style, Mike Cahill ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 8:56am Comment

Boxers and Ballerinas

Genre: Documentary

Documentary focuses on four young athletes with big dreams.

DainBinder wrote a review of 3-Iron. 3-Iron (Korean title: 빈집 or Bin-jip, meaning Empty Houses) is a 2004 artistic film from Kim Ki-duk. Although it is a drama/romance film it is also a piece of art and a masterpiece of cinema. Pure poetry. I did not know what to expect when watching it but was pleasantly surprised by its simplicity... more

August 28th, 2009 at 8:54am Comment


Genre: Drama

A drifter meets a battered housewife.

DainBinder wrote a review of Fling. Fling (2008) is also known as Lie to Me abroad and explores the alternative lifestyle of an open relationship. Samantha (Courtney Ford) and Mason (Steve Sandvoss) are both successful in their work and on the outside appear to be in a loving relationship; and they are. They laugh, go out, live ... more

August 28th, 2009 at 8:52am Comment


Genre: Comedy

A young couple struggle to maintain a loving open relationship.

DainBinder wrote a review of The Visitor. The Visitor (2007) is an emotional tale of self discovery late in life and the so called American dream. With a career defining performance by Richard Jenkins you are in for a "reel" treat. The movie has the newcomers Haaz Sleiman and Danai Gurira along with the always great Hiam Abbass. Walter (... more

August 28th, 2009 at 8:31am Comment

The Visitor

Genre: Drama

A college professor discovers two immigrants are squatting in his New York City apartment.

DainBinder wrote a review of Bart Got a Room. Bart Got a Room (2008) stars Steven J. Kaplan as Danny and is another goofy high school teen type of movie; that is about all I have for you. One thing I do for each review is watch the movie about two days before and only go back to it for little details. Doing it this way ensures the review is ... more

August 26th, 2009 at 3:27pm Comment

Bart Got a Room

Genre: Comedy

A teen desperately tries to find a date for the prom.

DainBinder wrote a review of Diggers. Diggers (2006) is a film of life's changes with clam digging in the 1970s as a back drop. After Hunt's (Paul Rudd) and Gina's (Maura Tierney) dad dies they are forced into some difficult situations along with the emotional turmoil. Their dad was a hardcore bayman like Hunt and his three closest ... more

August 26th, 2009 at 3:11pm Comment


Genre: Drama

A group of friends face everyday problems.

DainBinder wrote a review of Two Lovers. Two Lovers (2008) is the last Joaquin Phoenix movie unless he decides to return from his music career. With a rather simple and predictable plot you may wonder what the appeal is. The movie revolves around Leonard Kraditor (Phoenix), a suicidal case of a depressed man who was left by his fiancée ... more

August 26th, 2009 at 2:50pm Comment

Two Lovers

Genre: Drama

A troubled blue-collar worker meets two very different women.

DainBinder wrote a review of Wendy and Lucy. Wendy and Lucy (2008) is an extraordinarily simple and captivating film starring Michelle Williams and Lucy the dog. The rhythmic music and sounds combined with exquisite composition and hypnotic acting make the film a piece of moving art. Although simple, the film and its message are intense. ... more

August 26th, 2009 at 2:22pm Comment

Wendy and Lucy

Genre: Drama

A drifter on her way to Alaska loses her dog in a small town.

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