Toronto Review: 'Ned Rifle,' Starring Aubrey Plaza, is a Gift to Hal Hartley Fans
Hal Hartley's deadpan comedies assail American culture in a distinctive voice that only seems to strengthen with age. Hartley's style first came to prominence with 1997's "Henry Fool," the tale of a self-involved garbage man-cum-novelist (Thomas Jay Ryan) who romances the hapless Fay Grim (Parker Posey). Whereas that movie poked fun at literary aspirations, plot-heavy 2006 sequel "Fay Grim ...
Movie review: ‘Calvary’ — a fascinating and heartbreaking film
It’s pretty rare, for a number of reasons, to see a pro-Catholic movie, especially nothing like the Oscar-winning A Man for All Seasons, which told the story of how Thomas More’s refusal to accept Henry VIII ... of mimicking Jesus at his most holy.
Henry Poole Is Here
Luke Wilson sleepwalks through the early stages of Mark Pellington's portentous drama Henry Poole Is Here with a haunted ... Barraza believes represents the magical, healing head of Jesus. Wilson rebuffs both Barraza's theory and her offer of friendship ...
Watch Our 'Man of Steel' Google Hangout
Although Man of Steel, Zack Snyder's gritty reimagining of the Superman mythos with Henry Cavill wearing the cape, soared to a $116.6 million opening weekend, that doesn't mean everyone liked it — or even understood it. Many questions abound ...
Director Dennis Lee talks 'Jesus Henry Christ'
It's a coming of age drama. It's actually really cool. The setting is really cool, but I can't talk about it. Be sure and check out my review for "Jesus Henry Christ" and be sure to follow me on twitter: @lamoviedude