With “Hail, Caesar!”, the Coen brothers have created a loving and absurd tribute to a bygone era of Hollywood and movie magic. It’s a light film, but that’s OK.
By: Susan Howse Tomorrowland is not going to make very much money during its run at the box office. It lacks the explosive draw of super hero films, the cuteness […]
By: Daniel Reynolds Back in 2005 at the 30th annual Toronto International Film Festival, I was faced with a rapidly shrinking number of choices. I had stood in line for […]
By: Stefania Mellace For a show that ended more than 15 years ago, Seinfeld is still surprisingly prevalent in my everyday life. Like many, I never tire of watching reruns […]
By: Daniel Reynolds Let me take a moment, son, to educate you on the ways of the film industry. You see, when a movie is made the studio that produced […]
By: Daniel Reynolds How did we end up here? In a year when I was let down by almost every big summer blockbuster movie, when my mid-year film wrap-up had […]
By: Daniel Reynolds When 2001: A Space Odyssey premiered in 1968 an anecdote was passed around involving Rock Hudson walking out of the theatre early. Apparently, having not appreciated the […]