End of the Year

by Alan Rapp on November 28, 2005

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Well the turkey has been eaten and the Christmas tree is up.  Hard to believe December is almost here.  Here’s a quick look at what to expect from us before the bells ring silent on 2005.


It’s been a big year here at RazorFine and despite some normal growing pains we’ve weathered the year quite well and look forward to a big year in 2006.  But before we can get there we still have one final month of this year.  Here’s a little preview of what you’ll see…

This month expect a look back at the year: Top 10 lists for the best (and worst) movies of the year, our Oscar predictions, some Midterm Report Cards for TV, and a year end recap examining the year that was.  We’ll also give you a list of some of our favorite holiday films in time for your yuletide family fun.

We’ll also bring you new reviews for the late holiday and Oscar push.  What will you see?  Stephen Gaghan’s (Traffic) latest Syriana with George Clooney as a terrorist expert for the CIA, the retelling of C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia begins with The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Stephen Speilberg gets serious again in Munich, Charlize Theron’s live action portrayal of the animated assassin Aeon Flux, Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane reprise their Broadway roles in the new version of The Producers, and Peter Jackson has this little movie about an ape.

All that, more DVD (Nowhere Man release date is December 27 baby!!) reviews and essays, plus a suprise or two.  Thanks for the great year folks, check back with us throughout the end of the year and let’s take 2005 out with a bang!

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