First Things Reviews “Babel”

At First Things, Anthony Sacramone has turned in an insightful review of Babel… and what it could have been.

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  • Jonathan

    There’s a more descriptive trailer on apple trailers.

    http://www.apple.com/trailers/focus_features/hotfuzz/trailer/

  • Stephen

    That is excellent! I saw BABEL this weekend and was somewhat disappointed but wasn’t sure exactly why. He articulates the nascent thoughts that have been bouncing around in my brain since I saw it. I’m still a big fan of Inarritu though.


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