Film-Noises Real Name
Michelle Montgomery

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About

I began writing about film while attending Monroe Middle School where I wrote for the school paper The Monrovian. At that time I got into a dispute with a fellow student over the River Phoenix film Silent Tongue. I have been pissing people off over movies ever since. In order to escape the typical movie review, I try to incorporate useless information about my own life.

I work as a mental health therapist for individuals who are under the jurisdiction of the Psychiatric Security Review Board where I teach a weekly film group, Through the Looking Glass: Mental Health Through Film. I hope this blog does not suck.


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OJ Made in America review

30 for 30: O.J. Made In America

“If he snatches away, who can stop him? Who can say to him, ‘What are you doing?” My parents and ...
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The Interview movie review

The Interview

There has never really been a time in my life when I watched a movie because I felt it was ...
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Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia movie review

Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia

“It was very clear, you don’t decide to be a writer you are one, or you’re not one. Art is ...
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Citizenfour movie review

Citizenfour

Secrets, Lies, and Indifference Laura Poitras Citizenfour makes its way to American soil just in time for the New York ...
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Tales of the Grim Sleeper

Tales of the Grim Sleeper

Filmmaker Nick Broomfield uncovers the once idle details in his latest documentary At what point should we begin to care ...
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Inherent Vice movie review

35mm LSD: Inherent Vice Premiers at the New York Film Festival

How far does imagination extend? As levels of comprehension are often based on which reality is presented, it’s hard to ...
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Whiplash movie review

S&M – Whiplash Review

Whiplash Premiers at The New York Film Festival “There are no two words in the English language more harmful than ...
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'71 movie review

’71 Debuts at the New York Film Festival

'71: NOT The Equalizer War tends to find its way in movies the way a car chase, love triangle or ...
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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby movie review

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

In 1966 when the song “Eleanor Rigby” came out, the passing of a note in a college classroom was perhaps ...
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Starred Up movie review

Starred Up

Prison has been documented by filmmaker’s countless times, with the French film A Prophet as the genre’s most authentic and ...
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Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon movie review

Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon

“If I do my job perfectly I will probably kill you” Seeing Billy Wilder’s The Apartment seemed like a task, ...
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Hero movie review

A Field With No Dreams

Advent Film Group, who distributed the film Hero, was founded in order to uphold Christian values and teach young aspiring ...
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The Big Lebowski movie review

The Big Lebowski

Cult Classic typically stands for only we get it and everyone else can go f*ck themselves It was on a ...
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The Fisher King movie review

The Postmortem Fisher King

“Did you loose your mind all at once or was it a slow gradual process?” Before I started living I ...
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