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OCCUPY NOWHERE: <i>The Skin I Live In</i>

OCCUPY NOWHERE: The Skin I Live In

Almodovar’s latest fits right into the OCCUPY NOWHERE fold, and brings the shared idea of “formative seclusion” more inward (literally) than any other film to be discussed in this column.  It is also the first example [...]

<i>The Skin I Live In</i> review

The Skin I Live In review

Antonio Banderas re-teams with Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar (their first collaboration since 1990′s Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!) for an off-the-wall surgical fable of horrific proportions.  Opium-addicted plastic surgeon Robert Ledgard (Banderas) has created an [...]

PHILLY-AREA THEATRICAL RELEASES: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4

PHILLY-AREA THEATRICAL RELEASES: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4

The Skin I Live In (Ritz Five) Pedro Almodovar reunites with Antonio Banderas for this over-the-top surgical nightmare. Ra.One (Ritz Sixteen) I usually don’t include the Bollywood films since they’re always playing so far away from [...]

Cinedelphia’s 10 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall

Cinedelphia’s 10 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall

When Fast Five is in my top ten faves of 2011 then it’s obviously been a rough year at the movies.  Summer is quickly winding down, which means that awards season is ramping up and thus [...]