Tuesday 29 Jul
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OKG Newsletter

Topic: Michael Douglas

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt / While the City Sleeps

Enjoyable slices of old-school noir the way it should be


Rod Lott
In 1956, three years after helming the film-noir classic “The Big Heat,” director Fritz Lang returned to the genre for a pair of films that prove to be his final for America: “Beyond a Reasonable Doubt” and “While the City Sleeps.”
Tuesday, April 12, 2011


The spy who loved me ... and kicked my ass.


Rod Lott
Can Steven Soderbergh do a martial arts-fueled action thriller? That was rhetorical in a bear-crap way; the guy can do anything. Best known for Traffic and the Ocean's Eleven franchise, he's a director par excellence, even when the story goes to snuff in his experimental larks, like casting porn star Sasha Grey as the lead in 2009’s no-budget drama The Girlfriend Experience.
Friday, May 4, 2012