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"THE WAY BACK demands to be seen on the largest possible screen, the better to experience the way it visualizes an essential motivating tension between the small-scale intimacy and drama of its characters and the vast enormity of its landscapes.Los Angeles Times "[T]here's cumulative power in the tale, part prison break and part survival epic....Russell Boyd did the spectacular cinematography."Wall Street Journal "THE WAY BACK, with its epic story and spectacularly bleak setting, invites comparisons with LAURENCE OF ARABIA and DR. ZHIVAGO. It's awash in vast, unforgiving terrain."USA Today "Working with his frequent cinematographer, Russell Boyd, as well as a crack sound crew, Mr. Weir makes the most of his stunning natural set..."New York Times "Weir gives the film an epic scope, framing his characters against giant, imposing vistas that highlight how inconsequential they appear against the vastness of nature."A.V. Club "Peter Weir makes a partial return to form with THE WAY BACK. Like some of his best films, it features characters ensnared in the brutalities of politics and war..."Film Comment "There are some meticulous performances among the weary plodders...Jim Sturgess embodies monomaniacal focus as the group's leader Janusz..."Sight and Sound 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "It's the journey that counts, and Weir makes you feel it in your bones....[A]n artful tale of survival against the elements..."Rolling Stone "The scenes of brute survival -- hunting for food, improvising shelter, making wind-and-snow masks out of sheets of bark -- are vivid." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly60.55431

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JazzTimes (p.106) - "[Surman] sticks largely to the soprano horn and claims most of the solo space with his swirling, extended lines."60.54792

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Living Blues (11/02, p.84) - "...STUCK ON THE WAY BACK is stripped-down, two-feet-in-the-mud, acoustic music with blues at the core..."48.64369

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Living Blues (p.52) - "One of the most compelling aspects of GET WAY BACK is its sound and acoustic qualities. The album's sound gives listeners the intimate feeling of being at a performance in a small club or sitting around the studio with a group of session musicians."42.61147

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"THE WAY BACK demands to be seen on the largest possible screen, the better to experience the way it visualizes an essential motivating tension between the small-scale intimacy and drama of its characters and the vast enormity of its landscapes.Los Angeles Times "[T]here's cumulative power in the tale, part prison break and part survival epic....Russell Boyd did the spectacular cinematography."Wall Street Journal "THE WAY BACK, with its epic story and spectacularly bleak setting, invites comparisons with LAURENCE OF ARABIA and DR. ZHIVAGO. It's awash in vast, unforgiving terrain."USA Today "Working with his frequent cinematographer, Russell Boyd, as well as a crack sound crew, Mr. Weir makes the most of his stunning natural set..."New York Times "Weir gives the film an epic scope, framing his characters against giant, imposing vistas that highlight how inconsequential they appear against the vastness of nature."A.V. Club "Peter Weir makes a partial return to form with THE WAY BACK. Like some of his best films, it features characters ensnared in the brutalities of politics and war..."Film Comment "There are some meticulous performances among the weary plodders...Jim Sturgess embodies monomaniacal focus as the group's leader Janusz..."Sight and Sound 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "It's the journey that counts, and Weir makes you feel it in your bones....[A]n artful tale of survival against the elements..."Rolling Stone "The scenes of brute survival -- hunting for food, improvising shelter, making wind-and-snow masks out of sheets of bark -- are vivid." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly42.44536

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"THE WAY BACK demands to be seen on the largest possible screen, the better to experience the way it visualizes an essential motivating tension between the small-scale intimacy and drama of its characters and the vast enormity of its landscapes.Los Angeles Times "[T]here's cumulative power in the tale, part prison break and part survival epic....Russell Boyd did the spectacular cinematography."Wall Street Journal "THE WAY BACK, with its epic story and spectacularly bleak setting, invites comparisons with LAURENCE OF ARABIA and DR. ZHIVAGO. It's awash in vast, unforgiving terrain."USA Today "Working with his frequent cinematographer, Russell Boyd, as well as a crack sound crew, Mr. Weir makes the most of his stunning natural set..."New York Times "Weir gives the film an epic scope, framing his characters against giant, imposing vistas that highlight how inconsequential they appear against the vastness of nature."A.V. Club "Peter Weir makes a partial return to form with THE WAY BACK. Like some of his best films, it features characters ensnared in the brutalities of politics and war..."Film Comment "There are some meticulous performances among the weary plodders...Jim Sturgess embodies monomaniacal focus as the group's leader Janusz..."Sight and Sound 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "It's the journey that counts, and Weir makes you feel it in your bones....[A]n artful tale of survival against the elements..."Rolling Stone "The scenes of brute survival -- hunting for food, improvising shelter, making wind-and-snow masks out of sheets of bark -- are vivid." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly36.40905

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"[T]he movie is an enjoyable grab bag of messy life circumstances....It's a comedy about falling from love, and grasping your way back to happily ever after." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "This unhurried comedy is devoted to realistic relationship issues....It's rare to see main characters as grounded and plausible as Tom and Violet are, and when they finally find their way back into each other's arms, it feels earned."Movieline0.3121602

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"[T]he movie is an enjoyable grab bag of messy life circumstances....It's a comedy about falling from love, and grasping your way back to happily ever after." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "This unhurried comedy is devoted to realistic relationship issues....It's rare to see main characters as grounded and plausible as Tom and Violet are, and when they finally find their way back into each other's arms, it feels earned."Movieline0.3121602

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JazzTimes (9/99, pp.77-8) - "...good clean fun, lined with easy-going musicality, sprinklings of camp and agreeably swank production....[Connick] is finding his way back to the jazz neighborhood...with wits mostly intact and warm spirit flowing."0.3090228

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[S]he has incredible majesty and power, an instinctive blend of gospel, blues and jazz that stretches way back beyond her years."0.3090228

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JazzTimes (9/99, pp.77-8) - "...good clean fun, lined with easy-going musicality, sprinklings of camp and agreeably swank production....[Connick] is finding his way back to the jazz neighborhood...with wits mostly intact and warm spirit flowing."0.3090228

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[S]he has incredible majesty and power, an instinctive blend of gospel, blues and jazz that stretches way back beyond her years."0.3090228

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Record Collector (magazine) (p.86) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[S]he has incredible majesty and power, an instinctive blend of gospel, blues and jazz that stretches way back beyond her years."0.3090228

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Spin (p.86) - "[With] warm grooves, classic gospel touches, and frequent nods to the late-'70s/early-'80s canon of Teddy Pendergrass and Luther Vandross..."Entertainment Weekly - "Fans of the late Teddy Pendergrass would do well to check out the latest from Jaheim..." -- Grade: B+Billboard - "[H]e still knows his way around a ballad, calling to mind the late Teddy Pendergrass on the gospel-flavored 'Finding My Way Back.'"0.294637

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"[T]he movie is an enjoyable grab bag of messy life circumstances....It's a comedy about falling from love, and grasping your way back to happily ever after." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly "This unhurried comedy is devoted to realistic relationship issues....It's rare to see main characters as grounded and plausible as Tom and Violet are, and when they finally find their way back into each other's arms, it feels earned."Movieline 3 stars out of 5 -- "Blunt and Segel supply the angst and heart at the movie's core. Their easy chemistry is undeniable..."Total Film0.2497281

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Clash (magazine) (p.98) - "An ambitious remastered collection of tracks make up this double CD set, harking all the way back to Six Organs Of Admittance's humble beginnings."Signal To Noise (magazine) (p.64) - "Throughout the album's three sections Chasny returns to a few central themes, cloaking them in different shades of beauty and -- for one of the first times on a Six Organs recording -- violence."0.2207306

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Entertainment Weekly (7/11/97, p.69) - "From Hancock's first stark, compelling acoustic piano notes to Shorter's final taut soprano sax tones, one is struck by the depth of these duets....The music is not always pretty, but it is honest--and strong." - Rating: ADown Beat (8/97, p.48) - 3 1/2 stars (out of 5) - "The Headhunter meets the Weather Man on peaceful acoustic ground in this intimate, inward looking CD....old Hancock and Shorter fans will enjoy hearing these men find their way back to unmediated musical interplay..."Vibe (9/97, p.239) - "...Being eclectic is nothing new to veterans Shorter and Hancock, who both went funk/rock/pop in the '70s. These cats are among the two greatest multistyled musicians in the history of jazz..."Musician (9/97, pp.87-89) - "...Hancock's lushly harmonized pianistics and Shorter's long, liquid lines on soprano sax bathe much of this duo album in muted light....They play together like intelligent friends having a conversation..."0.1324383

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Rolling Stone (p.116) - Included in Rolling Stone's "50 Top Albums of the Year 2007" -- "[T]he Foo Fighters deliver winners..."Spin (p.122) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Grohl has been a model of steady efficiency....'Summer's End' is a breezy blast of California country rock..."Entertainment Weekly (p.104) - "Like the greats, the Foos have found a way to create their own archetype, with an instinctive feel for what constitutes a killer song." -- Grade: AQ (p.87) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Each of these tracks makes the case for Foo Fighters' horizons successfully expanding....Similarly, there's a sophistication to the arrangements here, musical and vocal, not previously hinted at."Uncut (p.88) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he excellent 'Summer's End' is easy on the ear, easier still on the brain..."Kerrang (Magazine) (p.46) - "[T]he Foo Fighters have managed to recapture the magic ingredient which magical music really needs -- the art of sounding effortless."Q (Magazine) (p.84) - Ranked #12 in Q's "The 50 Best Albums Of 2007" -- "[A] big, brash effort that hollered all the way back to the cheap seats without sacrificing its humanity."0.1324383

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3 stars out of 5 -- "Anders Danielsen Lie gives a compelling, deep-etched lead turn, and you'll find yourself drawn in as he searches for a reason to continue living."Total Film "[Told] with extraordinary delicacy and acuity....A film which repeatedly subverts expectation and deliberately foregrounds its narrative lurches and bumps..."Sight and Sound "Trier's compassion for what it takes to survive, mixed with the love he bestows on Oslo, is rewardingly profound." -- Grade: AEntertainment Weekly "The lead performance by Anders Danielsen Lie is hypnotic....It's one of the more credible screen portraits of a lost soul in some time."Film Comment "OSLO is an example of strong, confident filmmaking in which nothing is miscalculated or out of place....This portrait of existential despair is beautifully made without being self-conscious about its art."Los Angeles Times "[Trier] writes his hero into a tight corner, but finds a simultaneously graceful and uncompromising way back into the light. Neat trick, that."A.V. Club0.1324383

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