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The Content of Their Character | Miles David Moore | Scene4 Magazine-March 2015
Fifty shades of beige. | Miles David Moore | Scene4 Magazine-April 2015
All three films are getting serious Oscar buzz . Scene4 Magazine-January 2015
Michael Keaton and Edward Norton do some of the best most intense work of their lives . Scene4 Magazine-December 2014
...and Other Poems. Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-October 2014
Miles David Moore reviews Gone Girl, A Most Wanted Man, Magic in the Moonlight . Scene4 Magazine-November 2014
Enough Said, Don Jon, Kill Your Darling� If you really want to see love at its cruelest, look no further than Kill Your Darlings. Reviewed by Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-December 2013
Fruitvale Station and The Butler � African-Americans will never forget the history that Fruitvale Station and The Butler portray.�Middle-aged white men from the rural Midwest must never forget it. Reviewed by Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-November 2013
Into the Wild | When I reviewed Sean Penn�s film version of Into the Wild in December 2007, it was natural to bring John Haines and his story into the review, particularly since Jon Krakauer quoted from John�s magnificent book of essays, The Stars, the Snow, the Fire, as the epigraph for one of the chapters of his own book.� The similarities between John Haines and Chris McCandless were strong. | Miles David Moore. | Scene4 Magazine-January 2013
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