CELLMATES: A PERFECT FIT FOR CAST
Making a film can be a hard, grueling process. You need to find the right director, a good script and a cast that can truly grab a hold of the audience. Cellmates, a genre-bending independent comedy written and directed by relative newcomer Jesse Baget, manages to accomplish all that and more by pushing the limits of everyone involved.
CROOKED ARROWS MISSES ITS BULLSEYE
It’s not that I didn't enjoy Crooked Arrows, it has its moments! It is just a movie that I think would have worked so much better a couple of decades ago. The inspiring family film tells the story of a Native American lacrosse team and its reluctant coach, Joe Logan (Brandon Routh), who is hired by his reservation’s casino to expand the property deeper into the community. Before that can be done, he must prove himself to his father, the Tribal Chairman.
JAMES FRANCO'S REBEL EXHIBIT
It may not be Halloween yet but that isn’t stopping James Franco from setting up what can only be described as Hollywood’s own personal haunted house. Rebel is a new exhibition that, along with the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, is an interpretative valentine to the classic film Rebel Without a Cause.
SUMMER MOVIES ARE UNDERWAY
The 2012 summer movie season officially kicked off on May 4th with the release of the The Avengers. You may recall our Top Ten Summer Movies prediction list published this Spring. Now that the season is underway, here is our complete list of what to watch (including release dates!). We wouldn't want our fans to miss a thing!
VIRGINIA: SMALL FILM, BIG PERSONALITY
Virginia is a delightfully funny drama loosely based on the childhood of writer/director Dustin Lance Black (Milk, J. Edgar) growing up in the south. Starring Jennifer Connelly, beautiful as ever at forty, as Virginia, a single mother with schizophrenia trying to raise her teenage son Emmett (a great performance by charming young actor Harrison Gilbertson) and find a way out of the small town they live in, no matter what the cost...