mid90s

Release: Friday, October 26, 2018 →Theater Written by: Jonah Hill Directed by: Jonah Hill Ahead of its premiere at TIFF earlier this year, débuting writer-director Jonah Hill said of his mid90s, a rough-around-the-edges, scrappy little slice-of-life drama extracted from the streets of L.A., that what he really didn't want to do was create nostalgia porn. Honestly, this is … Continue reading mid90s

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Paul G — #11

Last time we were here, Paul was having to contend with an illusionist in Ed Norton's brilliant(ly elusive) Eisenheim. Paul has certainly played a variety of interesting characters over his career. He has enjoyed perhaps a most unlikely of career trajectories, going from a relative unknown to a highly sought-after talent for both prominent supporting and … Continue reading Paul G — #11

Knight of Cups

Release: Friday, March 4, 2016 (limited)  [Theater] Written by: Terrence Malick Directed by: Terrence Malick The cinematic poetry of Terrence Malick continues in his cryptic Knight of Cups, an offering that may well epitomize everything his admirers adore and everything detractors feel scorned by for not 'getting.' I know how pretentious that sounds but truth is I land squarely … Continue reading Knight of Cups

Dope

Release: Friday, June 19, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Rick Famuyiwa Directed by: Rick Famuyiwa Rick Famuyiwa's Sundance darling isn't particularly revelatory filmmaking, but it's much more intelligent than its dopey title suggests, rejecting racial stereotypes and erasing cultural gaps as confidently as it embraces its young leading trio as a righteous symbol of individualism. Dope channels an infectious spirit à la executive … Continue reading Dope

The D Train

Release: Friday, May 8, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Andrew Mogel; Jarrad Paul Directed by: Andrew Mogel; Jarrad Paul Ah, the time-honored 'Act Like a Jackass at Your High School Reunion' plot. Even though it's a far cry from consistent entertainment, The D Train presents a valid argument for staying away from said social function if you're not in the right … Continue reading The D Train