Tag Archives: Bereavement

The Killing Cracks the Case

With just two more episodes to go (tonight, June 10, at 9/8c, and next Sunday, June 17, on AMC, check local listings), Season 2 of The Killing is just about to wrap and Rosie Larsen’s killer will be revealed. While I’m absolutely … Continue reading

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Chimpanzee

Disneynature’s Chimpanzee calls to mind March of the Penguins, minus the ice and snow and high-minded narrative. Both films unfold in treacherous landscapes traversed by intrepid filmmakers who test the limits of Mother Nature, time-lapse photography and technologically advanced film … Continue reading

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The Way

A refreshing surprise.  I’m usually not a fan of overtly inspirational films, but I was often moved by The Way and definitely recommend it.  The spot-on casting and appealing characters should appeal to a broad audience.  Unlike most films with spiritual subtexts, The Way speaks to … Continue reading

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