20th Century Women feels like a hug, a hug that comes at you out of joy and only wants to make you happier, letting you know the pain in the world is bearable.Read more "Film Review: 20th Century Women"
Mistress America sees Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach re-team for another solid comedy that explores two peoples’ transition into two separate phases of adulthood.Read more "Film Review: Mistress America"
With only a couple of months left on the 2013 film calendar it has become increasingly clear that this has been a great year for women in film. Sure, it would be great if we had more big budget fare starring women, but the opportunities in smaller films are becoming more plentiful and taken full advantage of.Read more "2013: A Great Year For Women In Film"
Noah Baumbach’s latest, Frances Ha, keeps him in the running for one of the best working directors while getting another stellar performance out of Greta Gerwig.Read more "Film Review: Frances Ha"
With the actors attached to this remake, Arthur does have a ton of moments of comedic magic, but this is not enough to completely overcompensate for the unsurprisingly overdone storyline. The story follows Arthur, a bajillionaire who was born into money and now has no inclination to make his own. Living large as a playboy […]Read more "Now Playing Review – Arthur"
Arthur is a fine little romantic comedy that is fairly paint by numbers and doesn’t bring much new to the genre, but the cast makes it an entertaining enough affair that is worth watching if a fan of them. The film is a remake of the 1981 film of the same name, which stared Dudley […]Read more "Review: Arthur"
No Strings Attached is a solid and against type rom-com for the first hour or so of the film before divulging into cliché and loses a lot of the good will they earned in the start. Emma and Adam have been crossing paths for years now. From the first time he tried to finger her […]Read more "Review: No Strings Attached"