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|Review: Daniel Radcliffe says that hes done with Harry Potter. Consider this film as adding boldface, underlining, and an exclamation mark to this claim.If I had the option of watching any new movie with a Colorado audience, it would be this one. With a little help, you can see it as adhering to this storyline: Boy wizard decides to give the muggle life a try in the Pacific Northwest, only to learn that it isnt so easy leaving the supernatural behind.I saw it at last years TIFF, with Radcliffe, director Alaxandre Aja, co-star Juno Temple and writer Joe Hill present, and it went over really well with a less-than-optimal audience. I lamented to program director Collin Geddes after the show that it should have been presented as part of his beloved Midnight Madness program it definitely would have been a slam dunk success in this category (I saw the winning entry and this movie was WAY better and 100% appropriate) rather than just a festival side note. How to describe it? Think of it as a very engaging R-rated Halloween-season movie that successfully meshes several genres, murder-mystery being the leitmotif. (Writer Hill explained that he doesnt like to limit one of his works to a single genre.) It has a great comic hook in that the horns bring out the worst in people -- which means a lot of great opportunities for a talented supporting cast. My only cavil was a minor one with the pacing -- and this could very well have been corrected in the current version, considering the time theyve had. How does Daniel give the R.I.P. to Potter? Ill cut right to the chase: He smokes, he drinks, he swears, he f___s. Some of his adult scenes practically BEG for a Colorado viewing. Just imagine youre seeing Harry Potter contemplating a BJ offer from Heather Graham (Gee, I dunno ... what do YOU think, Ron?). I hope that theyve been holding this back for a Halloween release. That would mean an opportunity to screen it again at TIFF, this time in the right program which could give it a publicity boost that it definitely deserves. To those in the know: This one rates a Snob-A, in that it passes the litmus test: I have to see it again.|
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