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REVIEW: "Mistress America"

Noah Baumbach has a unique fascination with telling stories of high-strung eccentric chatterboxes who aren’t always the most likable people to be around. Some are airy and naive. 465 more words

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Sundance Recap: "Wiener-Dog"

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Director Todd Solondz is a freaky-weird guy with an odd sense of humor to match, so it goes without saying that I kept waiting for something horrible to happen to the titular dog (do I… 275 more words

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Mistress America


Mistress America (2015)
★★★ / ★★★★

“Mistress America,” written by Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig, is consistently amusing because it manages to capture the ironies, confusion, and insecurities of a young woman feeling like she is floundering in life—and is helpless to do anything about it. 568 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

Frances Ha

Released: 2012
Director: Noah Baumbach (also directed The Squid and the Whale, Greenburg, While We’re Young)
Starring: Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner, Adam Driver
Length: 1 hour 35 minutes… 821 more words

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'Maggie's Plan' (2016) | Sundance Review

Maggie’s Plan is in some ways the apotheosis of indie intellectual film. After all, it features Ethan Hawke as a ficto-critical anthropology professor finally writing that novel that’s been in his head, indie darling… 622 more words

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#4 Wiener-Dog (F)

#4 Wiener-Dog (F)  How can you abuse such amazing talent as Kieran Culkin, Ellen Burstyn, Danny DeVito, Julie Delpy and Zosia Mamet?  Put them in a horrible movie by Todd Solondz. 227 more words

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Greta Gerwig On Being Associated With Bowie and Acting In Front Of Daniel Day-Lewis

There were countless tributes on social media earlier this month when David Bowie died. One moment that kept popping up was Greta Gerwig’s scene from Francis Ha as she’s running through the streets of New York City… 1,193 more words

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