POSTED // Feb 15,2013 - Early on in Michael Haneke’s harrowing, moving Amour, 80-something-year-old Georges Laurent (Jean-Louis Trintignant) brings his wife, Anne (Emmanuelle Riva), back home to their Paris apartment to a life that
POSTED // Feb 14,2013 - Look, I’m gonna be frank here: This whole paranormal and/or apocalyptic teen romance sub-genre that appears to have taken over young-adult literature, movies and the world? It needs to die.
POSTED // Feb 1,2013 - If you heard the basic concept for Rust & Bone and assumed it was just another “wounded person learns to heal” drama, you’d be partly right. But not likely in the way you were thinking.
POSTED // Jan 22,2013 - During the Q&A following the Sundance Film Festival premiere of Austenland, Salt Lake City-based writer Shannon Hale described the dream come true of “Mormon ladies sitting around making a movie.”
POSTED // Jan 16,2013 - Obligatory tautological disclaimer: A movie is a movie, and a book is a book. Not only can you not always judge a book by its cover, but you often can’t judge a movie by its book.