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Dare Daniel Podcast Mini-Episode 3.5

Daniel and Corky preview next week’s review of Cameron Crowe’s Aloha, offer some closing thoughts on last week’s review of Bright and revisit their Bay vs. Carnahan debate.  Corky extols the comedy stylings of Marlon Wayans, confuses Darren Aronofsky with Whit Stillman and confers American legend status upon Tony Shalhoub, while Daniel […]

Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R/CSIndy (1/22 and 1/29 issues)

#barnesyardbumps: *J.C. Chandor’s awards season nonstarter A Most Violent Year is smarter and slyer and more carefully crafted than a lot of the obsequious crap that actually received nominations. *Mike Leigh’s gorgeous and unconventional biopic Mr. Turner features a career-defining performance from longtime Leigh favorite Timothy Spall. *My […]

The Barnesyard @ the SN&R/MCW (1/15 issues)

#barnesyardbumps: *Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper offers a complex, conflicted and profoundly moving look at the military machine, and the toll it takes on the soldiers who keep getting shoveled back into the fire. *My 5-star review of Foxcatcher was reprinted in this week’s Monterey County Weekly. #barnesyarddumps: *Taken […]

Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R, 8/7 issue

#barnesyardbumps: *A seemingly limitless stream of pure empathy runs through Richard Linklater’s transcendental movie event/social experiment/life-affirming headtrip Boyhood (pictured). #barnesyarddumps: *In last year’s hollow and dutiful Thor: The Dark World, the climax took place in a red cloud. In James Gunn’s busy and dispiriting Marvel comic-book adaptation Guardians […]

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