Wes Anderson’s continual and much lauded use of artifice and perfectionistic style is not amiss in his latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel. I have to admit that Anderson’s whimsical artifice often irritates me, but this particular film’s gimmicks are much easier to digest than Anderson’s other recent release, Moonrise Kingdom.
Broken Flowers | Directed by Jim Jarmusch | Release Date: 2005 | Rating: R | Run Time: 1hr and 46min Broken Flowers is my first encounter with director Jim Jarmusch and I realize that I’ve been sorely missing out. Be prepared for more Jarmusch movie reviews in the future, as I delve into his oeuvre. I found a few […]
Received this press release in my inbox this morning. Thought I’d pass it along to all of our readers. Not entirely sure what to think of the project, though I won’t make any brash judgements at this point. __ CHRIS MULKEY — JACK MULCAHY – KEITH COLLINS – DAVID CHOKACHI SIGN ON TO STAR IN NEW […]
Prince Avalanche | Directed by David Gordon Green | Release Date: 2013 | Rating: R | Run Time: 1hr 34min I had high hopes for Prince Avalanche. Sure, it looked like an overtired, typical indie flick. But I was hoping David Gordon Green, who brought us Pineapple Express, would be able to give us an […]