The argument over licensing is where the heart of the film lies. There is a reason that we don’t see Calvin on lunchboxes or hear Hobbes counting the ways that car insurance might save you money.
The event is going to be a giant step forward for film in Chattanooga and none of it would have happened without the growing popularity of MES. One look at the films coming to town between January and March shows why film fans love it. more »
Suffice it to say, any film that Redford puts his name to is likely worth a look (this bodes well for the new “Captain America” film coming in January). “All is Lost” shows how much range the veteran actor has and exactly what he brings to the table more »
As the title suggests, Northrup eventually is freed and makes it home to his family. For American audiences, this modest degree of happiness in a deeply dark film is a requirement. But there was no escape for the vast majority of slaves in the South. more »