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Featured review from David WinterRed Velvet
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I had no problem with goldstar, as usual. The film was interesting, even intriguing; I enjoyed it very much. However, once again I had a serious problem with the theater. It can become unbearably cold in a matter of minutes. I brought a light jacket in preparation for the change of temperature, but a light jacket didn't do enough for me. I had wanted to stay for the discussion afterwards, but I ran out of the theater. I have already purchased tickets for another event in the theater. This time I will be prepared. I suppose the next time it will be too hot! Whatever! I just wish they'd get a grip on this one irritating fault. It's a big, old theater and I know it won't go away. I'll try harder to accommodate the theater, but I'd like the theater to do the same for me.
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*_Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean_ (2012), Director: Matthew Mishory, 93min, USA. *
An intimate portrait of James Dean on the cusp of achieving notoriety as both a great actor and an American icon. This film presents a side of James Dean seldom seen. Aware of his own potential to be legendary, he is at once childlike and world-weary; a brute and a romantic; an intellectual and an Indiana shit-kicker; a playboy and a man of great sensitivity. An unflinching and honest exploration of Dean’s complicated sexuality and formative relationships.