Where does the time go? Seems to me I've been remiss in posting my Weekly junk lo these last three weeks. So, hold onto your seats, 'cause I've been busy:
- In the 4/5/06 issue, you can find ten mini-blurbs for the PFF (including such keepers as The Proposition, Tokyo Zombie, and Wordplay*), and, as ever, Rep.
- For 4/12/06, there be reviews of On a Clear Day, the awesomely titled Gay Sex in the 70s [sic], and (for real this time) Winter Passing. And, as ever, Rep.
- And today, we're all about the reviews of American Dreamz and L'Enfant. And, as ever, Rep.
* Eagle-eyed regulars to this site will notice that my Wordplay grade, found on my 2006 grades page, no longer jives with the mixed write-off I gave it in the PW PFF coverage. And you'd be right, if you in fact cared. While I didn't give it another go proper, I did watch a bit of it a couple days ago and, basically, couldn't believe that I wasn't less than endlessly bemused. Consider it one of those unfortunate cases where a steady dose of movies -- and, in my case, also moving -- results in a slight missing of the point and an underrating of that which doesn't deserve to be underrated. Also, Jon Stewart is not, as it turns out, really annoying during his semi-gratuitous interviews. Also, that championship finale is totally fucking thrilling. What was I thinking, etc.