Entries in Twin Cities Film Fest (31)
Director Timothy Torabpour and his brother screenwriter Hamid Torabpour have clearly done the research from all angles of the consequences of suicide, and it spills out into “To Say Goodbye” with with a powerful dramatic weight.
I understand “Wild Canaries” is supposed to be a very frollicking New Yorky comedy, but I would have rather just pinched myself over and over and over than watch this movie, and it would have been a less painful experience.
I want to thank eveyone at the Twin Cities Film Fest for a spectacular week plus of great films and better people! Thank you Ruth at FlixChatter, June at GirlProducer, Ingrid in charge of the social media, and my lovely wife Suzanne!!!
Please check out the last of my reviews.
The wonderfully acted "A Late Quartet" starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Christopher Walken.
The Fest's centerpiece and Oscar buzzed "A Silver Linings Playbook"
TCFF's closing night film "Lumpy"
The 2012 Twin Cities Film Fest has me watching so many movies that I can barely catch up with my reviews. Please stay tuned as my "Nobody Walks" and "Silverlinings Playbook" reviews will be out soon but you can find my "It's A Disaster" review up here, a end of the world dark comedy that stars David Cross and Julia Stiles.