David Gordon Green

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Oct 4 2023

The Exorcist: Believer – Movie Review

“Anything worth doing is worth doing right.” — Jimmy Dugan (Tom Hanks), A League of Their Own Unfortunately, by putting his own spin on The Exorcist – a story that started life as a 1971 novel about the battle between good and evil – director/co-writer David Gordon Green didn’t do it right. It’s not enough […]
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Oct 19 2021

Halloween Kills (2021) – Movie Review

Halloween Kills works best with a repeat viewing. Firstly, to watch it expecting the sudden shocks of relentless gore and violence; second, to focus on what director/co-writer David Gordon Green is giving us with this entry in his Halloween trilogy. While still obviously a slasher movie, there’s something else going on here about the cycle of violence […]
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Apr 11 2014

Joe

Joe might be the character that Nicolas Cage was born to play, and “Joe” might very well be the film that David Gordon Green was born to direct. Like tumblers aligning in a lock to unleash a creative synergy, their varied careers seem to have crossed paths at just the right time. In this emotionally […]
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Dec 9 2011

The Sitter

(This review was originally published onDecember 9, 2011 at The Rogers Revue) If you enjoyed “Pineapple Express”, then you might appreciate my elaboration on why “The Sitter” barely cleared my D rating. Either way, there seems to be (yet another) new wave of comedy that threatens to challenge our creative existence like a planet-ending meteor.
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