Much of the first half of Jonathan Demme's Rachel Getting Married (2008) seems to concern itself with the sibling rivalry between the Rachel of the title (Rosemarie DeWitt) and the dissonant Kym (Anne Hathaway). But there is a taut subtext.
Christopher Evan Welch, a prolific character actor in television and film who performed in a host of plays on the New York stage, died Dec. 2 at a Los Angeles hospital. He was 48. The cause of death was not immediately ...
Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?, the French director Michel Gondry’s animated documentary about the linguist, philosopher, and left-wing activist Noam Chomsky, seems at first like it’s going to be dragged down by an excess of whimsy.
Variety has chosen its 10 Screenwriters to Watch for 2013. They are: Ned Benson, Lucinda Coxon, Andrew Dodge, Kieran Fitzgerald, Morgan Davis Foehl, Jennifer Lee, Barbara Marshall, Elan Mastai, Michael Mitnick and Jonathan Tropper.
Posted by Dr-Pete On the morning of Friday, November 15th, we woke up to a substantial one-day temperature spike on MozCast. Digging in, there were no signs of a glitch, and it seemed to hit across multiple IPs.
Films seen in the World Film Festival of Bangkok 2013 (in roughly preferential order) 1.ECLIPSES (2012, Daniel Hui, Singapore, A+30) 2.INNOCENTS (2012, Wong Chen-hsi, Singapore, A+30) 3.JONATHAS’ FOREST (2012, Sergio Andrade, Brazil, A+30) 4.WHAT ...
YA book-to-movie flops
In addition to being admittedly subjective, the idea of ranking the best or worst book-to-film adaptations is a fruitless effort for at least one other reason: there’s nothing consistently being judged when making this determination.