Reviews

None

The Birdman of Broadway

The lives of actors and their love of theater tends to be relatively common story in Hollywood. Screenwriters live in that world, occupying a profession where everything is riding on one idea, or one presentation, or one last shot.

more »
RSS

Features

Great Fiction, Mediocre Science

Good science fiction always asks complicated questions. The high-water mark of the genre is its willingness to confuse and obfuscate in the name of narrative integrity, rather than compromising the subject’s complexity ... more »

Nov 13, 2014 12:00 AM Reviews

Loving The Man Inside The Cell

There’s a long list of things I’ll never truly understand. Some are truly complicated, like American foreign policy or the derivatives market on Wall Street. Others are simply outside of my own sociological background ... more »

Nov 6, 2014 12:00 AM Reviews

Day of the Dead, Ninos-Style

Whenever Guillermo del Toro is involved in a film, you know that it will feature visuals that can’t be matched elsewhere. Pixar has dominated the animated feature category in recent years for good reason ... more »

Oct 30, 2014 12:00 AM Reviews

The Media Is the Murderer

I am late to the party when it comes to reviewing David Fincher’s latest thriller “Gone Girl.” Although the wide release only occurred a few weeks ago, the buzz surrounding the film had been building for months ... more »

Oct 23, 2014 12:00 AM Reviews

Your Honor, We Object To Movie Clichés

Clichés exist for a reason. They are essentially repetitions of themes, of esthetically pleasing ideas and phrases that were at one time wise and powerful observations of the human condition. more »

Oct 16, 2014 12:00 AM Reviews

Current Issue

Wednesday

November 26, 2014

Thursday

November 27, 2014

Friday

November 28, 2014

Saturday

November 29, 2014

Sunday

November 30, 2014

Monday

December 1, 2014

Tuesday

December 2, 2014