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: Daniel Reynolds One of the fascinating feats of construction in David Foster Wallace’s 2004 collection of stories, Oblivion, is how each piece of writing slices towards some kind of truth […]
By: Joe Lofranco Paul Thomas Anderson‘s new film Inherent Vice does at least one thing well: it sets a mood. It does a pretty good job of this too. You […]
By: Susan Howse Sin City: A Dame to Kill For had a long, hard journey making it to the screens this summer and I’m not sure that it survived the trek. […]