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Paul L (br) wrote: Tina, Simon, and I saw There But for Fortune last night at the IFC Center - formerly the Waverly Theater - in the heart of Greenwich Village in NYC. It was the second time for Tina and Simon - they were at a a preview screening in December (Simon reviewed it for Entertainment Weekly). This documentary about the life and times of Phil Ochs merits repeated viewing. If you don't know who Phil Ochs was, here's what you missed: a folk singer who wrote and sang topical songs - one of his albums was entitled "All the News that's Fit to Sing" - with a warmly evocative voice, a trenchant logic and commentary, and a zest and precision in lyrics that rivals Bob Dylan and Cole Porter. Ochs' songs critiquing the Vietnam War ("White Boots Marching in a Yellow Land"), war in general ("I Ain't a Marchin' Anymore"), the wishy-washy "liberal" political philosophy of the 1960s (that is, Hubert Humphrey rather than Eugene McCarthy, in his song "Love Me, I'm a Liberal") and many more are still among the best "protest" - political commentary - ever written in any medium. And when you add to this "The Crucification" (the public's thirst for the fall of heroes they create, ranging from Christ to John F. Kennedy), "The Floods of Florence" (artists struggling to communicate through own their media), "Flower Lady" (the eternal witness to cultural decline), and more like that, you get some of the best songs and cultural commentary ever written, period. Ochs was loved and admired, but he got nothing like the recognition he deserved in his own time. Robert Christgau, long the dyspeptic music critic of The Village Voice, complained about Ochs' guitar strumming in a concert in which Ochs' words, melodies, and voice were heart-rending and extraordinary (Tina and I were at many of them). Dylan dissed Ochs, didn't include him in his Rolling Thunder tour, though the two had often performed together, including just the two of them for Broadside Magazine with Pete Seeger listening at the beginning of their careers (Pete talks about this in the movie). In 1976, Ochs took his own life - succumbing to the pits of a manic depression that had also helped propel him to greatness. So There But for Fortume - written and directed by Kenneth Bowser, produced by Michael Cole, Bowser, and Ochs' brother Michael - had a lot to take care of, a steep road to climb, and it did this just masterfully, with clips and photos of Ochs and friends seldom if ever seen before, and sage and instructive interviews with people in a position to know, from Joan Baez to Abby Hoffman to Sean Penn to Christopher Hitchens. Some of these interviews were clearly done years ago (as Kenneth Bowser and Michael Ochs discussed in their q&a after the movie - a perfect cap for a splendid night - There But for Fortune was 19 years in the making). Among my favorite parts (in no particular order, because it was all great) was Ochs explaining why he went to orchestration rather than folk rock with his Pleasures of the Harbor album, the revelation that Ochs saw himself as a John Wayne patriot (the Vietnam War that Ochs so implacably and aptly opposed was, after all, unconstitutional, as has been every war since World War II, the last time Congress adhered to the Constitutional requirement of a declaration of war by both houses of Congress), photos of "Bobby" Dylan at Ochs' place in the Village in the early days, Dylan and Ochs performing at the concert on behalf of Chilean refugees in the 1970s, and much, much more. I think everyone whose souls were captured, ratified, and lifted by Phil Ochs wanted to do something to keep his words and music alive when we learned of his death back in 1976. I was teaching at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ, then, and did a radio show for the campus station - broadcast and heard all over the New York area - called "Seminar on the Air". I asked the program director if I could do a special on Ochs. He said ok, but keep it to an hour. I invited my friend and fellow-Ochs lover Josh Meywrowitz to join me, but by the time we were finished talking about Ochs and playing his records, the clock said our taping had gone three hours. I called the program director - he said, hey, I know it will be hard, but kindly cut the tape down to the one hour. I had a decision to make ... I was sending a press release about our show to the New York Times, and my hand must have "slipped" when I put in the length of the show, because it said three hours ... On the Saturday the show was to air, I got a call by the program director early in the morning, telling me the Times had listed our show - great news - but by mistake or misprint indicated its length as three hours. He asked me if there was any chance I still had the three-hour version of the show on hand. Of course I did. I drove out to Teaneck, and put the three hour tape in the queue, and it was indeed played in its entirety that night. Hey, even three hours of radio doesn't do Ochs justice. You gotta do what you can ... But Ken Bowser, Michael Ochs, and Michael Cole have done with There But for Fortune more than any who loved Ochs could have asked for. The documentary is a gift to the future, and I'm guessing it will finally put the works of Phil Ochs in the eternal hall of great works, right along with Dylan's, that will be listened to for centuries or longer to come.

Matthew L (de) wrote: Animated feature of the popular Nintendo game, whilst I'm not familiar with the games, this is an enjoyable feature but I can't help but feel it looses something in the translation. Namely the interactive puzzle solving elements that are at the heart of the games appeal.

Alvaro G (ag) wrote: Muy buena. Dense la oportunidad de verla. Tena aos sin ver una Pelcula Mexicana.

Steven M (es) wrote: very excellent film great choice of actors and good directing

Amanda H (kr) wrote: This is a bit schmaltzy and slow-moving for my taste, but the acting is good and overall the story is an enjoyable, heartwarming one. I just wish the cheese had been dialed down a little and the pace hadn't dragged as much.

Joshua M (de) wrote: not too crazy about this movie. we have seen this type of movie before and the difference is instead of native americans its blue aliens that are kind of like them.

Oregon T (gb) wrote: If you loved the first movie then this is a must see as well. Great for the family. :)

gEIGERpEACE c (nl) wrote: Cult ! not "avant'' but ''sans-le-lettre'' (pardon my french).

Tim R (fr) wrote: Favorite Colin Farrell movie! Oliver Stone directs a masterpiece!

Dann M (fr) wrote: Lacking the magic of the season, Surviving Christmas is a shallow and uninspired film. Ben Affleck plays an eccentric millionaire ad executive who makes a deal with the family living at his childhood home to let him stay there and to help him live out his fantasy of an old fashion family Christmas. Affleck gives a phoned in performance, but co-star Christina Applegate really shines. The humor is also hit and miss, as a lot of it is in bad taste and inappropriate for a family comedy. There are a few moments of fun in Surviving Christmas, but there's no heart.

Barry T (de) wrote: I read this book at book club and really enjoyed it. The film is just as good. John Malcovich is well cast in the lead role. His performance holds the film together - some parts are uncomfortable to watch

I dont know w (fr) wrote: This movie takes place in one park, and although sort of interesting, it's still a horrible movie. It's just a poor mans Leonardo Dicaprio making hundreds of phone calls and Stanley from the kids show "That's so Raven" playing an annoying kid talking to a criminal. It's just so repetitive and predictable I'm surprised I didn't turn it off. The acting was OK, some people did good, some did bad. Even though it sounds kinda like an action movie, it's not. Besides two or three people getting shot, there is no action at all. Overall, its really bad, but if you're looking for cheesy entertainment, it might be for you. Everyone else, don't watch it.