Posts by Dan Schindel

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About The Author

Dan spent a year watching a documentary every day, so now he thinks he knows everything. He loves movies more than you do. He lives and works in Los Angeles. He also loves animals, volunteering, photography, games and long walks on the beach.
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Review: ‘Enemy’

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in the new thriller Enemy. Dan Schindel has the review.

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Review: ‘Bad Words’

Jason Bateman is attempting to break out of his box in more ways than one with 'Bad Words.'

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Review: ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’

Dan Schindel looks at Wes Anderson's latest effort, The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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Review: ‘Alan Partridge’

This is Alan Partridge's first foray into feature film. Time will tell if this gives the character broader exposure.

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Review: ‘Robocop’

Unlike a lot of other recent remakes, 'Robocop' is at least trying to do something interesting.

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Review: ‘A Field in England’

'A Field in England' is not for the average moviegoer. It is obtuse, off-putting, and purposefully disorienting.

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Review: ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’

It's been nine years, and the news team is back. How well do Ron Burgundy and company fare?

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Review: ‘Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters’

The new installment in the young adult fantasy series is a toppling flop.

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Review: ‘The Spectacular Now’

This festival favorite coming-of-age story breaks conventions and hearts.

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Review: ‘Turbo’

The latest Dreamworks Animation offering is completely typical of the studio.

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LA Film Fest Review: ‘Forev’

This quirk-laden indie film ekes by on some sweet charm.

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LA Film Fest Review: ‘You’re Next’

This hotly-anticipated home invasion thriller disappoints, says Dan Schindel.

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LA Film Fest Review: ‘Goodbye World’

Civilization is ending, which means eight old friends have to sort their business out pretty quickly.

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LA Film Fest Review: ‘Llyn Foulkes: One Man Band’

Meet the most famous artist you've never heard of.

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Review: ‘Europa Report’

This sci-fi found footage horror film gets in its own way by trying to do too much.

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