Montreal Film Journal

2008 LOG (9)


(1 Sep) No Country for Old Men (2007, Ethan & Joel Coen) [ review ] 77

(2 Sep) C'est pas moi, je le jure! (2008, Philippe Falardeau) 82
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(4 Sep) Righteous Kill (2008, Jon Avnet) 15
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(5 Sep) La Moitié gauche du frigo (2000, Philippe Falardeau) 67
[ This faux-vérité film about an unemployed engineer's struggles to find work is both a character study/showcase for actor Paul Ahmarani and a Michael Moore-style leftist treatise about the failings of the capitalist system. Good stuff. ]

(6 Sep) Able Danger (2008, Paul Krik) 54
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(8 Sep) The Women (2008, Diane English) 6
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(8 Sep) Gegenüber (2008, Jan Bonny) 63
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(10 Sep) La Génération 101 (2008, Claude Godbout) 65
[ Reviewed for Voir ]



(18 Sep) Choke (2008, Clark Gregg) 56
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(19 Sep) Respect Yourself: The Stax Records Story (2007, Robert Gordon & Morgan Neville) 68
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(20 Sep) Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008, Woody Allen) 71
[ Part of the Directors Series ]

(23 Sep) Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (2008, Alex Gibney) 66
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(24 Sep) Rockabilly 514 (2008, Patricia Chica & Mike Wafer) 60
(26 Sep) The Soda Machine (2008, Sophie Fortier & Audrey Gauthier) 65
(27 Sep) You Are Free (2008, Bryan Johnson) 67
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(24 Sep) Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist (2008, Peter Sollett) 64
[ Reviewed for Voir ]

(27 Sep) Papa à la chasse aux lagopèdes (2008, Robert Morin) 76
[ Reviewed for Voir ]



(29 Sep) Afterschool (2008, Antonio Campos) 92
(29 Sep) Martyrs (2008, Pascal Laugier) 78
(30 Sep) Demain (2008, Maxime Giroux) 70
[ Part of our Nouveau Cinéma coverage ]

(30 Sep) Adam's Wall (2008, Michael Mackenzie) 41
[ Reviewed for Voir ]




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