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We should be thankful there are films like “Roma” keeping that machine humming. This review was originally filed from the Toronto International Film Festival on September 11th. Brian Tallerico is the Editor of RogerEbert.com, and also covers television, film, Blu-ray, and video games.Is the movie Roma getting a wider release?
Many great films here only get a tiny cinema release, restricted to a couple of cities, and Roma is getting a wider showing than others in the past. Some of the accusers are behaving as if they have never deigned to watch a movie on TV or DVD in their lives.Why is there no score in the movie Roma?
There is no score, and yet “Roma” feels aurally alive, largely because of the veracity of Cuaron’s attention to detail. There’s a tendency for filmmakers who attempt to make something that could be called “poetic” to get loose with detail. The idea is that poetic cinema can’t be realistic cinema.Is the movie Tony Rome based on a true story?
Surprisingly, however, "Tony Rome" actually is a detective story of the Bogart type. Sinatra is no Bogart, which won't come as news, and "Tony Rome" is no " The Maltese Falcon ." But it plays the detective game by the rules, and that's something.