William Glick

CONTRIBUTIONS

Slumdog’s Oscar triumph: Is it written?

The Academy's snubbing of Dark Knight is an insult, and Slumdog's triumph a foregone conclusion; but some of the actor categories are still up for grabs.

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February 20, 2009

Slumdog’s camera work, inspirational story line worth a million rupees

Danny Boyle’s new film Slumdog Millionaire manages the difficult task of portraying an uplifting rags-to-riches story while still giving the audience a compelling, uncompromising, and thorough drama.

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November 21, 2008

Despite originality, Synecdoche’s parts fall short of a compelling whole

The world “synecdoche” (pronounced sih-NECK-duh-kee) means a whole standing in for the part, and Kaufman’s film, while epic in scope, is certainly about the journey of one individual.

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November 11, 2008

Caroline sings a different tune than conventional musicals

Something peculiar happened on Broadway in 2004.

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October 4, 2008

Fellini-inspired musical felled by bad acting, lack of substance

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April 8, 2008

There will be Oscars: No Country for Old Men should sweep three major categories

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February 22, 2008