A while back I got the chance to interview Patricia Arquette, an actress I’ve been following for thirty years (yes, thirty). Her work has been quietly impressing me all along, though no one else seemed to really be paying attention to it. The wildly different characters she’d portrayed in films like Beyond Rangoon, Flirting with
Filming has begun on Ricki and The Flash. Directed by Jonathan Demme, the film tells the tale of Ricki, played by Meryl Streep, as a woman who chases her musical dream to be a rock star at the expense of her family. Now, an aging rock star, Ricki wants to reconnect with her estranged family.
I hate opinions sometimes. Coming from me, that’s a slightly ridiculous statement to make – I spend half my fucking time typing up my opinions, and the other half forming them. It depends partly on what the opinions, partly on whose the are. Staying in a hostel bedroom with 19 others, one becomes acquainted with
Just announced, Rupert Wyatt’s The Gambler, starring Mark Wahlberg and written by William Monahan will have its world premiere at AFI Fest, another last minute entry into the Oscar race that will either fake it or make it Monday, November 10. The Gambler is about “A literature professor with a gambling problem runs afoul of
As the 2014/2015 Oscar race begins to take shape, pundits are circling the possibilities. They are predicting films that haven’t been seen over films that have because they have a 50/50 chance of delivering the goods. Oh, and hope springs eternal. They are also cautiously omitting films they think will be either “too rough” for