Here’s a wine movie that eschews the literal, and embraces whimsical to tell a magical story of a mysterious man who falls from the sky into a vineyard.
Capital takes us into the boardroom, and reveals what life might be like as the CEO of a top European bank. You can judge. Or you can play along.
No doubt this is a quirky, character-driven study. It’s not the destination that matters, as they say, but the journey.
A review of ‘You Will Be My Son’. How does the intergenerational drama compare to other wine films that came before it such as ‘Sideways’ and ‘Bottle Shock’?
When I took a break from so-many re-watches of Mulholland Drive, and pulled up Friday the 13th, I was reminded at just how well the film has held up over the years.
You recognize their faces, but not their names. Here’s a documentary that reveals the ups and downs of being a working character actor in Hollywood.
A potentially confrontational scene with Mark Zuckerberg on a sidewalk outside his home ends up coming across with far more charm than it should.
Given the limited setting (the film takes place almost entirely within an apartment) and the relaxed pacing and camerawork, Sparrows Dance at times feels like a play.
I had the opportunity to screen a remastered 1080p Blu-ray transfer ($34.95) of the classic on a on a 120-inch screen. Thankfully The Museum of Modern Art had preserved a 35mm print.
Oh, also The Shining is really about the holocaust. Why? Because the typewriter that Jack Nicholson so maniacally pounds away on in the lounge is made in Germany. Aha!