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Based on a play of the same name, the 2008 movie is starring Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Viola Davis. The play and movie are written and directed by John Patrick Shanley, who received a Pulitzer Prize for it. 958 more words


Film 52 | The Big Lebowski

The Big Lebowski

It’s hard to imagine a film with such an impact on popular culture (such as an annual festival dedicated to the film,Lebowski fest; several books of Acadmeic texts discussing the film, two species of spider named after the film and its main star an attempt at a religion “Dudeism”) barely made back its budget at the box-office and received mixed critical reviews at the time of its release. 355 more words

Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967 - 2014): How his movies changed my life

The most exciting moment I experienced at the 2011 London Film Festival was one that has lived in the memory since. A memory more than a little bitter now upon reflection. 2,417 more words

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Philip Seymour Hoffman in Along Came Polly

This post is part of a blogathon orchestrated by the amazing Jordan Dodd. It is to showcase the outstanding work of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. 304 more words

Movie Opinions And Thoughts

Kathryn Hahn: Making 'Happyish' Was "The Last Thing In Anybody’s Mind" After Philip Seymour Hoffman's Passing

Kathryn Hahn has long excelled in supporting roles (Girls, Kroll Show, Parks and Recreation), but at last she’s front and center in Showtime’s Happyish. Created by novelist and This American Life contributor Shalom Auslander, Happyish follows disgruntled advertising exec Thom Payne and his artist wife Lee, played by Hahn. 950 more words


Sibling Relationships (Biologically Related)

Time again for Thursday Movie Picks. Sibling week hits just two weeks away from when we leave for sunny California where we will see my own brother who I haven’t seen since Christmas. 228 more words


From The Barn / A Most Wanted Man

A Most Wanted Man (2014) Video Release (11/4/2014)

Reviewed by Jeff 6/24/15

Apparently eleven movies have been made from John le Carre books. I have seen seven of them and only two were worth my time. 491 more words

John Le Carre