Film: Raves & Reviews
Gus Van Sant creates his masterpiece and Sean Penn gives his greatest performance to date, while little baby River Rohlicek makes his debut on the political scene.
More than just a fairy tale, this great new film from director Danny Boyle is a brutal look at the reality of life in India's slums. It's also a piece of cinematic beauty, one that takes me back to the great year I spent in India earlier this decade.
A combined rave about Bruce Springsteen's new album, "Working On A Dream", and Woody Allen's great return to form, "Vicky Cristina Barcelona".
The "Eternal Sunshine of Charlie Kaufman's Mind" Rave (Featuring My List of The Top 5 Comedies of All Time)
One of my favorite films of the past few years, from one of the most original screenwriters of all time.
What's up with Denmark anyway? How can such a small country so consistently produce such amazing films and filmmakers?
Two of the best films in recent years from three of the greatest living directors: The Coen Brothers and Paul Thomas Anderson.
A brilliant film by a brilliant director and screenwriter (who's also known to be pretty good at the whole acting thing as well).
Haven't seen it yet, but there's no film I'm dying to see more. Considering that they're two of the greatest filmmakers alive, with an amazing body of work behind them, any Coen Brothers film is something to get excited about, but the rave reviews (such as the two mentioned here) about "No Country For Old Men" (calling it possibly the best film of their career... and of the year) makes this an even more exciting event than usual.
The first misstep in a brilliant career.
A film by Michael Moore, the story of my own personal Sicko and a tale of the greatest soapdown ever.
In a summer of endless part-three (or even part 6!!) sequels, relief and quality can still be found... at least on DVD.
Marty's best film since "Goodfellas". Brilliant!
Christopher Guest releases his latest hilarious comedy.
A rave review of two must-see films: "A History of Violence" and "The Squid and The Whale".
One of the great directors of all time hits a milestone.