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Carlito’s Way (1993, Brian De Palma)

Review by Chris Rand Brian De Palma, like Michael Mann, consistently draws me into watching his movies with their premise and cast, then leaves me not disappointed as much as ambivalent. The images in De Palma’s films are striking, the … Continue reading

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Carrie (1976, Dir. Brian De Palma)

Review by Chris Rand Another attempt to like Brian De Palma, another failure… Carrie, rivaling Scarface as his most canonical work, has not dated well at all. Some of the (still) most creative and viscerally terrifying horror films in history … Continue reading

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Sisters (1973, Dir. Brian De Palma)

Review by Chris Rand The only Brian De Palma film I have liked is ‘Scarface’, though not as a whole: certain scenes of the film make the whole worthwhile. Early De Palma was strongly recommended to me, so I gave … Continue reading

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