Tags » Greta Gerwig

Disquiet on the set

Note: Every Friday, The A.V. Club, my favorite pop cultural site on the Internet, throws out a question to its staff members for discussion, and I’ve decided that I want to join in on the fun. 999 more words


Writer's Corner: Just Like Baseball

Forget plotting or sounding out your dialogue. Half the time, the greatest struggle with writing is the fight to just keep going. To that end, anything can potentially help. 128 more words


Movie Quote of the Day - The Dish & the Spoon, 2011 (dir. Alison Bagnall)

Boy: I don’t really understand Thanksgiving. Like, what. . .I thought you annihilated the indians, not sat down and had a big dinner with them.

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Movie Quote Of The Day

Review: Mistress America

Ever wonder what happens to those really popular, beautiful girls from high school?  You know the ones…the cheerleaders, glee club standouts, valedictorians?  Those girls who made you feel guilty for having a brain or mocked you because they thought your hair, clothes or just presence was a waste of space?   406 more words

Film Reviews

The Humbling

The premise of the aging actor falling from grace has been documented on film all too well. A once great performer who has fallen on hard times can serve as a very probing and interesting picture. 526 more words

“The Humbling”

Pacino’s Performance Can’t Save Film

By Max D. Uribe

Hollywood, CA (The Hollywood Times) 1/30/15 – It always seems like an odd coincidence when two movies with similar plots are released within several months of each other. 1,312 more words

Out of the Box: Look of the Week

Coats, tights, sweaters and boots aplenty this week with the Sundance Film Festival style. Plus party dresses, magazine covers and a slightly different approach to walking in the snow. 425 more words

Out Of The Box: Look Of The Week