Thursday, September 23, 2010


Jeannette Catsoulis reviews 'Buried':

Sure to become a staple in film-school classes titled "How to Make a Blockbuster With Only An Actor, A Box, and a Blackberry," Buried may be the first thriller where the sole stunt is the film’s mise-en-scène.


A slowly sinking title sequence leads us into 12 seconds of pitch-black screen — an eternity of movie silence — followed by anxious gasps and a feeble sputter of light.

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