Posted 1 year ago

A few words about…

Half Nelson:


A reminder of how people facing loneliness and disillusionment at entirely different stages of their lives can find meaning and solace in each other.

Posted 1 year ago

A few words about…

Ginger & Rosa

When life gives us a hard time and relationships (or lack of) with friends, parents seem more fragile than ever we like to imagine a future devoid of such issues. But what if the threat of a nuclear holocaust threatened the possibility of any future at all?

Posted 1 year ago

Wow it’s been a while since I last updated this.

Posted 1 year ago

A humorous glimpse into the world of film editing as well as the lives of two extremely likeable characters, Supporting Characters is definitely worthy of your time.

Posted 1 year ago

For anyone who loves indie…check out Matt Pond’s new album The lives inside the lines in your hand.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/lives-inside-lines-in-your/id591859135

Posted 1 year ago

I can’t wait to see Alexander Skarsgard’s new film “What Maisie Knew”

Posted 1 year ago

Powered by an usurprisingly great performance by Denzel Washington, Flight proves that Robert Zemeckis has in no way lost his touch.

Posted 1 year ago

Funny, akward, touching, charming, innocent and inspiring, “The sessions” is remarkable.

Posted 1 year ago
While it may be a stretch to call “The Hole” a horror movie it certainly is an effective chiller that manages to deliver some good scares while reinforcing the idea that we are the only creators of our own “monsters”.

While it may be a stretch to call “The Hole” a horror movie it certainly is an effective chiller that manages to deliver some good scares while reinforcing the idea that we are the only creators of our own “monsters”.

Posted 1 year ago
Convincing performances, natural dialogue and some over the top yet undeniably funny gags are the ingredients that make “This is 40” a satisfying, if overlong sequel to “Knocked up”.

Convincing performances, natural dialogue and some over the top yet undeniably funny gags are the ingredients that make “This is 40” a satisfying, if overlong sequel to “Knocked up”.