Okay, now that you’ve had a chance to read through all my LAFF stuff, here are some other recent articles you may have missed:
Geekweek review of THE KILLER INSIDE ME:
Unlike the more justified killer also named Ford that Affleck played previously (in that Jesse James movie I will not retype the entire title of), [...]
Having blogged the LA Film Festival nearly every one of its ten days, I present a hand-dandy links guide below, so you can skip to a particular story based on what movies are discussed therein.
It was a lot of work. Hope you enjoy.
DAY 1 – preview – Camera Camera, Circo, Dog Sweat, Everyday Sunshine: The [...]
Longtime readers know I love to blog the LA Film Fest each year. You can see my first two posts HERE and HERE; stay tuned all week for more, which will show up, among other things, at this here page.
But before you dive into that, let’s get you caught up with my other stuff from [...]
I don’t like the arbitrariness of top tens. Never have. But they get hits.
This doesn’t mean I won’t have one — The LA Weekly/Village Voice film poll comes out next week and I submitted a list. But more than ever this year, I felt like that list was strictly “in the moment” — i.e. ask [...]
In the decades to come, when James Cameron’s dream of every movie being in immersive, lifelike 3-D becomes reality, perhaps people will watch JOURNEY and criticize its poor grasp of science, or the oddly creepy way it pits a 13 year-old boy and his 40 year-old uncle as romantic rivals for a 20-ish girl. Perhaps, [...]
But there’ll be one more post. It will involve JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH 3-D and AMERICAN SON.
The two movies have nothing else in common. More later.
Two posts since last we spoke.
One of them is here…
and the other is here…
Quick and to the point: New LAFF post is HERE
Well, not quite, anyway. More LAFF craziness…
So I went to see the apparent world premiere of WINGED CREATURES, and must report that Dakota Fanning does not get raped in it. She starts quoting lots of scripture, which is a far less awful fate. (The rape movie is called HOUNDDOG, it turns out.)
I want to know [...]
Fans of Fight Club will want to read this one…
Wry narration kicks in, courtesy of Sam Rockwell as our protagonist Vincent Mancini (“hero” would be the wrong thing to say), and no doubt your mind is already thinking FIGHT CLUB – same setting, same style, same author. And yet, crucially, no hitting, and a different [...]