Posts by Jeremy Martin

Jeremy Martin

About The Author

Jeremy Martin is a child of the South who, while not completely ignoring his roots, has fully and enthusiastically adopted Los Angeles, California as home. He has an MFA from Boston University in film production, which has always been his first love (Do The Right Thing is his all-time favorite movie). Nevertheless, Jeremy has managed to get his foot in the door of television writing and is still trying to figure out how to worm himself all the way in.
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Movie Review: ‘My Golden Days’

Fans of nostalgia will find much to appreciate in Arnaud Desplechin’s latest film, "My Golden Days," but it may also be a film that does its job a little too well.

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Movie Review: ‘The Assassin’

For lack of a better description, famed Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien’s latest film, "The Assassin," is a martial arts film.

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Movie Review: ‘Dirty Weekend’

Neil LaBute's latest film, "Dirty Weekend," is more of the same but with less favorable results than his previous efforts.

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Movie Review: ‘Phoenix’

Melodrama requires a certain confidence and finesse to pull off, and the German film "Phoenix" has it.

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Movie Review: ‘The Look of Silence’

"The Look of Silence" is Joshua Oppenheimer’s follow-up/companion piece to his brilliant documentary "The Act of Killing," and it's riveting,

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Movie Review: ‘The Face of an Angel’

"The Face of an Angel" is a patchwork of ideas that strives to be something more than it ever is. Jeremy Martin reviews...

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Movie Review: The Duke of Burgundy

The Duke of Burgundy is a magnificent film that defies convention, expectation, and description.

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Wish List: “Snowpiercer” for Best Picture

Jeremy Martin explains why "Snowpiercer" should win the Best Picture Oscar.

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Wish List: Brendan Gleeson – Best Actor for “Calvary”

Jeremy Martin expresses his Best Actor Oscar wish for Brendan Gleeson in “Calvary.”

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Review: ‘Beyond the Hills’

Cristian Mungiu's new film about two Romanian women is brilliant, rewarding, and a chore, says Jeremy Martin.

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Road to the Oscars 2013: Best Adapted Screenplay

There are five fantastic excellent writers nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay. But can Tony Kushner win his first Oscar? Jeremy Martin has the breakdown.

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Actors Turned Directors

Jeremy Martin takes a look at actors who have become successful directors and offers advice for Ben Affleck, with the release of his latest directorial project, Argo.

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Are Network Dramas Dead?

Jeremy Martin analyzes the differences between network and cable models, and how they affect the caliber of drama series on each.

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Review: ‘About Cherry’ Ultimately isn’t About Much

About Cherry strives to provide an insightful and unique look into the mechanics of the adult film industry, but its failure on several basic levels prevents it from having any real depth or meaning.

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The World Waits for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Next ‘Master’-piece

With Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master set to come out this month, Jeremy Martin looks back at the director's young, yet remarkable career.

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