There are filmmaking partnerships between director and actor that make for great cinema like Scorcese and DiCaprio, or Carpenter and Russell, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Ok, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea. When a director and actor have the kind of symbiotic relationship that makes
The ATX Television Festival 2013 had a great kick-off with lots of familiar faces from shows of today and from our past in attendance.
Dear Readers, Today’s quickie recommendation—a type of post that I’m just going to call a “Quickie” from now on, because I love sexual innuendo and double entendres—features a movie that reaches a new zenith among chick flicks (at least those that I’m familiar with). Not only was it written and
I had the pleasure of spending last week becoming well acquainted with That’s What She Said, an uproariously funny film about three chicks who aren’t afraid to tell you what’s going on up here, down there, and everywhere. Over the course of three days, I researched the film (which, by the way,
Having grown up in New York City’s East Village, I like to think that it takes at least a little effort to surprise me. So when I went to read about an upcoming film called That’s What She Said, I was pleasantly surprised to see that it’s description succeeded. After all, it’s truly
The To-Do List comes out on Valentine’s Day 2013, however it’s not your classic rom-com, as the star of the movie Aubrey Plaza straight out tells you in the trailer below. I’m still iffy how I feel about her commentating her own trailer, but that’s a different issue.
I don’t think there’s one actor in this movie that I don’t like. The Oranges is a romantic comedy about two families that are the best of friends, living down the block from each other in West Orange, NJ. Suburbia is their world. The Wallings’ patriarch is David, played by