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Friends with Money (2006)

Writer-director Nicole Holofcener’s film Friends with Money analyzes a very particular dynamic—that of being a luckless and careerless lonely girl (Jennifer Aniston) in an L.A. 87 more words


52 Weeks of Directors: Nicole Holofcener

“It’s hard to pin down what is so great about Holofcener’s work,” said a review of Enough Said in The New Yorker.

It’s true. Like Nora Ephron before her and perhaps Lynn Shelton after her, Holofcener’s five films are easy to watch and put you into a world you may not necessarily know but somehow feels familiar. 846 more words


Capote (2005)

Temperature: Slidly Warm

This movie came to face during the award season of 2006 after the main actor in the movie was able to capture audiences for his portrayal of Truman Capote. 678 more words


Enough Said (2013)

James Gandolfini is so fucking good in this movie. It breaks my heart. He may have been immortalised as a hulking anti-hero but he was capable of so much more. 190 more words

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BLINDSPOT: Being John Malkovich (1999)

You know, am I me? Is Malkovich Malkovich?” asked Craig Schwartz.

Director Spike Jonze teamed up for the first time with brilliant writer, Charlie Kaufman, to finally present one of the most inventive identity drama in… 402 more words

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This is the story of Truman Capote during the time that he research and wrote the book, In Cold Blood. The f ilm is set in the late 50’s and early 60’s and show literary parties along with scences from the American midwest. 28 more words

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