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Most movies released this year�seem utterly trivial compared with this best film of the year. Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-February 2014
2013 was one of the best movie years in memory. Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-March 2014
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January 2014 The Boy Who Killed Saddam Hussein Miles David Moore "Arrest him, not me!" Jeff Cave screamed as the policeman cuffed him. He tossed his head in the direction of Mr. Leonetti, the band teacher. "He's the fuckin' traitor!" The gap-toothed upright piano squatted in its nest of tangled wire. The slashed heads of the bass drums sagged floorwards. Tubas and French horns, twisted into abstract shapes, shared the floor with trumpets and saxophones flattened into scrap. Sheet-music confe...
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
Woody Allen's hommage to A Streetcar Named Desire is well made and brilliantly acted. Reviewed by Miles David Moore. Scene4 Magazine-October 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
Spotlight, The Big Short - Two films that drive their messages home | reviewed by Miles David Moore | Scene4 Magazine-February 2016
The Hateful Eight - The Revenant | The Revenant is the better film of the two | reviewed by Miles David Moore | Scene4 Magazine-March 2016
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, The Post, Hostiles | Luke Skywalker as an elderly cynic who rejects the philosophy he�s lived by all his life | reviewed by Miles David Moore | Scene4 Magazine-April 2018
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