Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: In Drive-Away Dolls, Ethan Coen Maps a Road Movie with Plenty of Sex and Laughs Along the Way

At least for now, the Coen Brothers as a filmmaking unit, are no more. Three years ago, Joel Coen adapted Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth, and now brother Ethan counters […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: At the Intersection of Hollywood and Politics, Seberg Falls Short

Seberg

The late, American-born actress Jean Seberg certainly led a fascinating life, from her first film, 1957’s Saint Joan (in which she was actually burned during the film’s climactic sequence) to […]

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Film, Film & TV, Review

Review: Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood Revisits, Celebrates a Bygone Cinematic Era

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Like many works by Quentin Tarantino, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood is an exercise in creation and re-creation, often simultaneously, but never more so than in this love letter/death knell […]

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Film, Film & TV, Film fest

Dispatch: Sundance Film Festival Day One—An Anticipated Adaptation and Gibney’s Latest Documentary

Hello, everyone. As is tradition in my life, I’m attending the Sundance Film Festival once again, and I’m on deck to see close to 30 movies in the week that […]

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