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"THE HUMBLING" (2015) - REVIEW ~ incl. Q & A w/Al Pacino


What happens to actors when they can no longer remember their lines or worse when they can no longer deliver them? Well this film might have your answer and was simply quite fun to watch while finding out. 769 more words

Movie Reviews

The Actors: #Sundance Class of 2015

 Within the premiere section of the Sundance 2015 slate are a number of films all about the struggle for acceptance, love, respect, recovery, or family with no some recognizable faces behind the lead roles. 585 more words

Highlights

The Anxious Young Woman: Why I Love Frances Ha

My hands down favorite movie of last year was Noah Baumbach’s Frances Ha. It was also one that seemed to polarize audiences. People whose taste I find impeccable found this film impossibly pretentious. 465 more words

Feminism

Sundance 2015: Festival Reveals Spotlight, Midnight & New Frontier Slates

It’s less than two months until the streets and theaters of Park City are going to be packed with filmmakers, film fans and buyers attending the 2015 Sundance Film Festival from January 22 to February 1. 2,488 more words

News

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Good movies are like good poems with how they leave you with a non-melancholic lingering feeling. At the conclusion, you are satisfied regardless of the mood of the entire piece. 219 more words

Thoughts

Al Pacino Finds Facets Of Himself In 'The Humbling' -- The Awardsline Screening

Quite often, it’s the comedic actors who go out on a limb and play a variation of themselves, mostly through a satirical lens.  The James Franco-Seth Rogen gang had a blast showing us what happens when you mix pot with the apocalypse in… 901 more words

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