Friday, October 5, 2012

The Good Stuff

Amidst endless New York Film Festival screenings, I managed to review a few first-run titles along the way. The good news is that they're all very much worth seeing, whether it's Rian Johnson's scarily accomplished time-travel drama Looper, Eugene Jarecki's scathing takedown of the war on drugs The House I Live In or the delightfully tongue-in-cheek Anna Kendrick Glee-style vehicle, Pitch Perfect.

Looper (Village Voice)
The House I Live In (Slant)
Pitch Perfect (Slant)

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