Spending my Sunday evening getting caught up on freelance work and watching Reds on HBO On Demand. It's a wonderful, complicated movie about the Socialist movement in the United States with great performances by Diane Keaton, Warren Beatty and Jack Nicholson, in a dynamite bottle brush mustache. However, whenever Diane stares intently at Warren or Jack, trying to explain her deep feelings, she gets sort of cross-eyed. Actually, really cross-eyed. It's both unattractive and distracting. Did no one see this in the dailies?
Cinecultist's reviews that have been appearing over on Kaboose.com:
Slapstick, female empowerment and dreamy Gerard Butler in Nim's Island.
Springy, bright and elastic Whos in Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who.
Raven-Symoné's star wattage and pet pigs in College Road Trip.
Reese Witherspoon's producing debut and Christina Ricci's plastic snout in Penelope.
Michel Gondry's visual styling and the advent of "Swede" as a verb in Be Kind Rewind.
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