Review by: Carolina Jones Off top, BEATRIZ at DINNER written by Mike White and directed by Miguel Arteta has two big pluses. John Lithgow and Selma Hayeck. What does dinner between the havs and have-nots look like? Where on earth is the middle ground between ‘ love of human life’ and ‘money and success’? Beatriz at Dinner strives to bring this contradictory mindset into … [Read more...] about Film Review: Beatriz at Dinner feat Selma Hayeck and John Lithgow
Review By: Bill Graham Anytime a film becomes an unlikely smash hit, like 2007’s 300, you will see studios try to jump on board. The likely result are films like Clash of the Titans, Immortals, The Legend of Hercules, the upcoming similarly titled Hercules, the failed Conan the Barbarian reboot, Pompeii, and even shows like STARZ’s Spartacus that openly cited 300 as an … [Read more...] about Film Review: ‘300 – Rise of An Empire’ – Is it worth your time?
Film review by: Gordon K. Smith It's been forty years since Robert Redford got his only Oscar nomination for acting, and that was for THE STING, hardly an acting showcase. Redford is 77 now, and since then, he did win an Oscar, for his directing of 1980's ORDINARY PEOPLE. With the release of the gripping survival drama ALL IS LOST, Redford delivers the performance of his … [Read more...] about Film Review: “All is Lost” Starring Robert Redford Giving a Darned Good Performance
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