Anomalisa is a beautifully animated creation from the mind of Charlie Kaufman, but I can’t help but be a bit disappointed with it; especially compared to his other works.Read more "Film Review: Anomalisa"
The Hateful Eight finds Quentin Tarantino operating in his smallest space (with his grandest vistas) all while a bunch of game actors entertains the hell out of you.Read more "Film Review: The Hateful Eight (Roadshow Engagement)"
The Spectacular Now, from James Ponsoldt, is a grounded look at the coming of age story, but it comes apart when you realize it doesn’t have much depth or anything new to say in the genre.Read more "Dissecting The Spectacular Now: Coming of Age the Wrong Way"
Noah Baumbach’s latest, Greenberg, is just as engaging of a film as his previous efforts and is an interesting dual character study of a couple of people who can’t quite figure out their lives. Roger is lost in life and he decides to try and sort it our by taking a break from life by […]Read more "Review: Greenberg"
Charlie Kaufman is back in his most ambitious, intriguing, bizarre, and out there script yet and at the helm he creates a thought provoking piece of work, that demands a second viewing. Caden Cotard (Philip Seymour Hoffman) is a successful play director, with a bit of a strained marriage to his wife Adele (Catherine Keener), […]Read more "Review: Synecdoche, New York"
Noah Baumbach’s follow up to 2005’s Squid and the Whale continues with that films dysfunctional family theme and it works just as splendidly for Margot as it did with fore mentioned film. Baumbach’s writing is just stellar with his off-beat sense of humor and a knack at finding hilarity in the awkwardness and uncomfortable settings […]Read more "Review: Margot at the Wedding"