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Maggie's Plan


Review: Maggie desperately wants a baby, she will have to raise it by herself. She starts to get romantically involved with John who is a professor. 149 more words


A24 Lands Worldwide Rights To Greta Gerwig-Directed 'Lady Bird'

EXCLUSIVE: A24 has landed worldwide distribution rights to Lady Bird, the comedy that marks the directorial debut of Greta Gerwig. The film, which stars Saoirse Ronan, gives A24 another picture with awards potential heading into Oscar season. 72 more words

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“I like things that look like mistakes”

“Frances Ha” – film amerikan me regji te Noah Baum

Ju kujtohet komedia e shkelqyer amerikane “Greenberg” me Ben Stiller, dhe qe kish si lejtmotiv pikerisht ate qe e thosh njeri prej heronjve te filmit : “ 250 more words


Movie Review: Wiener-Dog

Not to be confused with the film about the disgraced congressman from New York and his oft-tweeted “sausage” (that’s “ei” and this is “ie” anyway), WIENER-DOG follows a dachshund as she gets shunted from dysfunctional owner to dysfunctional owner. 980 more words


Film Review: 20th Century Women

 Few production companies have garnered the same following as A24; with the continuous release of groundbreaking genre pieces and indie hits, the company continues to raise a rather large group of loyal viewers awaiting its next release, as most of their films have maintained a certain level of high quality filmmaking; … 390 more words


'20th Century Women'

The latest from Mike Mills (Beginners, Thumbsucker) is a beautifully balanced late 70s nostalgic ensemble piece of likeable people.

As a single mother, the matriarch, a never better Annette Bening ( 102 more words


Mistress America

It is a rare and fortunate thing, to realize as you’re watching it, that you have a new movie to add to your favorites.
I wish I could hug this script, wish I was there when the collaborative duo Baumbach-Gerwig was working on it, wish I could write as genius, hilarious, confident, moving, wish I could see again and again the scene in which Brooke (Greta Gerwig) is reading her soon to be ex step sister’s story, flips the page around but the other five people that are also reading it tell her to not flip the page so quickly, as they have not finished reading yet.