Fans of the “Pirates” franchise need not fret, if Ronning and Sandberg’s previous body of work is any indication. Most notably, they helmed the critically acclaimed seafaring adventure drama “Kon-Tiki,” which was an Oscar nominee for best foreign language film earlier this year. That film is now available on DVD and Blu-ray combo pack, which contain both the original Norwegian-language and English language versions. They were shot at the same time, which added to the length of the production but made the film more commercial to a wider audience, the filmmakers say.
One final wrinkle – Martin Scorsese’s Shutter Island, a movie I’d waterboard Santa Claus to see, a movie that I did this early interview about last July, won’t be released this fall as scheduled. It’s hitting theaters February 19th, 2010. So that’s why it’s absent from the following list.
Despite the loss of key Academy Review personnel Seattle has lost only twice since March. The key elements have been consistent defense (ranking 6th at 0.94 goals per game), an untiring competitive spirit (six goals coming in final 15 minutes) and quality depth (21 players have started; 23 have seen action; 10 have scored).
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The same can be said of the film itself. It doesn’t make it hard to form the emotional connection to these characters, which is even more amazing given the film’s brief running time of about 80 minutes. Much of that is filled with mundane activities, but you slowly begin to realize just what it is that writer/director Ryan Coogler is doing. He does it so subtly that you may not even realize until near the end that you actually care about what happens to Oscar. Many directors have trouble accomplishing something like that even when they’re throwing character development in your face. To be able to succeed by using a standard “day in the life” approach just makes it all the more incredible, and makes “Fruitvale Station” a must-see. 3.5/4 stars.