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"Almost There"Marion Cotillard inRust & Bone

"She was incredible in this—but she usual is.The snub hurt at the time but considering she already has an Oscar and wound up swooping in a few years later as a dark horse nominee...makes it feel ok in the end." -Philip

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BySalim Garami

What's Good?We're less than a week away from the spookiest time of the year so let's talk about what the holiday means in the cinematic sense.These are personal impressions and I hope you'll share your own as well.

We start with the actual season in itself: the autumn colors are there in a very muted way that signify the beginning of the end of the year in all its resigned reds and oranges.The palette chases away the greens and blues that took over the summer, although one could certainly see faint glimmers of those colors to remind us of the months past.Such as in Spielberg'sE.T.the Extra-Terrestrialand its Halloween scene, glowing with yellowish twilight and orange rays in the sun that reflect on the suburban homes and streets Elliot and his friends walk...


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