The 70s disaster flick that started it all.
The Life & Death of a Serial Killer Directed by Nick Broomfield & Joan Churchill Matt Cale likes to reason why… Nick Broomfield’s documentary about the life and times (and final days) of killer Aileen Wuornos proves one thing — Charlize Theron’s performance earns every ounce of praise it has received. When Broomfield returns for […]
A good movie, but it is not great. In fact, it is frustrating, because you know that it could have been great.
Matt Cale loses his shit.
Kill Zach Braff Garden State literally made my skin crawl. I hated it as much as I’ve hated anything all year, and only an unexpected Adam Sandler film festival will keep it off my
“Did Scorsese really direct that?”
The words were brief and fleeting, but I’ll eat my own ass if I didn’t hear them
The opening scene of the film is this painful sequence where he goes in the hole $44,000 to an insanely coked out mob dude…
Kore-eda succeeds thoroughly, and we feel like we are getting a real look at humanity.
A truly original motion picture is, like a deep-thinking conservative, a rare find in the world today. Given the sheer, deafening volume of cliché-ridden garbage that seems to flow endlessly from the sewers of Hollywood, it seems almost impossible that a work of daring and mad brilliance could ever be produced in any corner of […]