The Other Woman
There are no fewer than the 67 films, TV episodes, videos, and shorts listed on IMDB under the title, “The Other Woman,” obviously the idea has legs.
By Ted Faraone on Jan 31st, 2013
The Ghost Army
The exploits of “The Ghost Army” were classified for nearly 50 years after that war’s end, so precious were its truths held to be during the Cold War.
By Ted Faraone on Jan 9th, 2013
Zero Dark Thirty
If it were not for the CIA denying its veracity and a congressional committee investigating helmer Kathryn Bigelow‘s alleged access to the intelligence community there would be no interest in this waste of celluloid.
By Ted Faraone on Dec 30th, 2012
It is not only intelligent, intelligible, funny, brilliantly cast, superbly played, and well made, but it is in the running for the feel-good movie of 2012 and perhaps 2013.
After 30 years in show business, Ted Faraone turned his attention to movie reviews in 2008. "It was a question of writing one more press release and going crazy or writing something else and preserving what was left of my sanity," he said. Since then he has reviewed an eclectic mix of studio blockbusters, indies, sci-fi, and horror. Tedflicks.com was created at the behest of friends who got his reviews by email. His reviews also appear on showbizcafe.com, filmsoundoff.com, and in print in Latina Magazine. Ted is heard on the radio on Fridays, 10 pm to 11 pm New York Time as the movie critic on The Ken Hudnall Show (www.kenhudnall.com). The broadcasts are archived. Contact Tedflicks at firstname.lastname@example.org