As a filmmaker, I can attest to the fact that every film you make alters you; it changes the way you work, the evolution of your art, and you are never the same person at the premiere than you were when you began. Continue reading SXSW Review: BOYHOOD
Nothing like waking up before the sun, standing in long lines, and getting soaked by the rain to remind you of your love for cinema. Ethan Hawke refused to walk the red carpet due to rain and temperature plunges, but I braved the wet and cold to bring you coverage from DAY 2 of SXSW2014. Continue reading SXSW Recap: Day 2
In all my years covering SXSW, I can honestly say I’ve never seen a more appropriate film to open the festival than Jon Favreau’s Chef. Continue reading SXSW Review: CHEF
In which our resident prognosticators attempt to help you win your Oscar pool. Today, we look at the remaining awards…
In which our resident prognosticators attempt to help you win your Oscar pool. Today, we start with the big prizes…
Ryan Coogler’s debut feature is a raw, powerful character study that left me feeling angry — which is entirely the idea.
George Clooney’s sincere attempt at a World War II classic is admirable, but ultimately a tonal mess of a film that does not quite know what it wants to be.
Out of the one film I’ve seen so far in 2014, THE LEGO MOVIE is my favorite. Yeah, it’s as good as you’ve heard.
Based on a true story, the Oscar-Nominated Philomena, one woman’s search for the son she gave up, quietly exposes the trials of unwed mothers banished to Sean Ross Abbey in Roscrea, Ireland and their search for redemption.
But that is nowhere near the whole story…
Director Jean-Marc Vallée’s Dallas Buyers Club is, above all, a celebration of life in all of its forms. Continue reading Late Review: DALLAS BUYERS CLUB