Review By: Mut Asheru KILL YOUR DARLINGS, directed by John Krokidas is a movie about young male poets at tug-of-war with themselves and the world around them. Going into this film blindly will yield surprise, irritation and overall satisfaction. Once again, script and casting has propelled a potentially unwatchable premise of a thing into movie gold. Krokidas’ and Austin … [Read more...] about Movie Review: “Kill Your Darlings” – Going into this film blindly will yield surprise, irritation and overall satisfaction
Movie Review by: Mut Asheru Pedro Almodóvar’s I'M SO EXCITED is a great time at the movies. It’s a foreign language film (Spanish) with subtitles so yes reading is involved. The number of laughs that the script and cast delivers is well worth the effort. The beginning disclaimer says it all…“Everything in this film is fantasy, and bears no relation to reality,” (Los … [Read more...] about Film Review: Pedro Almodóvar’s “I’m So Excited”…get yo head in the clouds cuz this one is out there!
ANGELIKA DALLAS: 1. Asian Film Festival Dallas (AFFD)2. The Attack3. Twenty Feet From Stardom4. Much Ado About Nothing5. This Is The End6. The East7. Mud8. BlancanievesANGELIKA PLANO: 1. The Way Way Back2. Mud / Before Midnight3. Twenty Feet From Stardom4. Unfinished SongFor movie showtimes in your area please visit the Anglika Film Center website. … [Read more...] about What’s Playing? @ the Angelika Film Center this 7/12 weekend?
Film Opens June 21 Angelika Dallas and Angelika Plano Review By: Gordon K. Smith It's good to be Joss Whedon, and make a movie as phenomenally successful as last year's THE AVENGERS (second highest grossing film of the 21st century to date), which then allows you to make a small, low-budget black and white Shakespeare film that everyone actually wants to see. You also … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Much Ado About Nothing” – Joss Whedon Style
Review by: Mut Asheru What Maise Knew, directed by Scott McGehee and David Siegel , shows what a messy divorce is from the eyes of a six year old girl. The cute and talented Onata Aprile plays Maise with a panache that doesn’t seem possible for a child actor her age. Maise is the unfortunate child of two parents that care more for themselves than the baby they created. … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘What Maise Knew’ starring Julianne Moore and Alexander Skarsgard