What’s Your Number (2011)

MARK MYLOD Bil’s rating (out of 5): B.  USA, 2011.  New Regency Productions, Contrafilm.  Screenplay by Gabrielle Allan, Jennifer Crittenden, based on the novel by Karyn Bosnak.  Cinematography by James M. Muro.  Produced by Beau Flynn, Tripp Vinson.  Music by Aaron Zigman.  Production Design by Jon Billington.   Costume Design by Amy Westcott.  Film Editing by…

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Crash (2004)

PAUL HAGGIS Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.  USA/Germany, 2004.  Bob Yari Productions, DEJ Productions, Blackfriars Bridge Films, Harris Company, ApolloProScreen Filmproduktion, Bull’s Eye Entertainment, Incognito Pictures.  Story by Paul Haggis, Screenplay by Paul Haggis, Robert Moresco.  Cinematography by James M. Muro.  Produced by Don Cheadle, Paul Haggis, Mark R. Harris, Robert Moresco, Cathy Schulman, Bob Yari.  Music by Mark Isham.  Production…

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Parker (2013)

TAYLOR HACKFORD Bil’s rating (out of 5):  0 USA, 2013.  Incentive Filmed Entertainment, Sierra / Affinity, Alexander/ Mitchell Productions, Current Entertainment, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment, Anvil Films.  Screenplay by John J. McLaughlin, based on the novel Flashfire by Donald E. Westlake.  Cinematography by James M. Muro.  Produced by Les Alexander, Steven Chasman, Taylor Hackford, Sidney Kimmel, Jonathan Mitchell, Matthew H….

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Open Range

BBBB.5 (out of 5) Superb western by Kevin Costner, who maintains the high artistic quality of direction that he achieved with his wonderful Dances With Wolves. In this thoroughly absorbing film, he and Robert Duvall play free rangers who step on the toes of a lawless town’s livestock baron (Michael Gambon) who wants their herd for…

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Strange Days (1995)

KATHRYN BIGELOW Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBBB.   USA, 1995.  Lightstorm Entertainment.  Story by James Cameron, Screenplay by James Cameron, Jay Cocks.  Cinematography by Matthew F. Leonetti.  Produced by James Cameron, Steven-Charles Jaffe.  Music by Graeme Revell.  Production Design by Lilly Kilvert.  Costume Design by Ellen Mirojnick.  Film Editing by Howard E. Smith. It’s New Year’s Eve 1999, and slick underworld dealer Ralph…

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