Monthly Archives: December 2007

Memories of ’07

The hopeful, vulnerable face of the six-year-old Russian boy in The Italian, and his moving journey from an orphanage to maybe a real family and home (Detroit Film Theatre and Michigan Theater). [ viagra money order | pfizer viagra canada … Continue reading

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A Real Movie

I hardly know where to start to describe the richness of the experience of seeing A.I.: Artificial Intelligence on December 10, 2007 at the Michigan Theater. As the film drew to its end, I kept thinking how thankful I was … Continue reading

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Christmas in the 1940s

The 1940s was a Golden Age for Christmas movies. It just seemed the right time for holiday movies, with World War II over and the post-war Baby Boom under way. Area moviegoers have a wonderful opportunity this year to see … Continue reading

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Cold Winter Night of the Soul

It felt strange on the evening of December 7, 2007 to be settling in at the Detroit Film Theatre for a serious film about death. After all, this was the Christmas and Hanukkah season, with its festive fun and life-affirming … Continue reading

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Christmas Comes to the Redford

As I walked across the parking lot of the Redford Theatre on the evening of December 1, 2007, the falling snow peacefully muffled the sounds of the city. As I passed the stage end of the building, I heard the … Continue reading

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