Oz the Great and Powerful is a welcome return to the merry old land, even if it hits a couple “yellow brick potholes” along the way.Read more "Film Review: Oz the Great and Powerful"
Blue Valentine is a kind of sweet/kind of sad, beautiful, and honest look at relationships that is driven by wonderful direction and amazing turns by Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams. Following a young couple through the beginning and possible end of their relationship is where Blue Valentine takes us and the juxtaposition of these timelines […]Read more "Review: Blue Valentine"
This quiet and simple story is a very real look at poverty and ones relationship to man’s best friend that works to pretty great effect, even on a shoe string budget. Wendy (Michelle Williams) & Lucy (Lucy the dog) are on their way to Alaska. Wendy is looking for work and hears there are plenty […]Read more "Review: Wendy and Lucy"
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"