The Disaster Artist is one of my favorite films of 2017, and it’s a humorous and insightful look at making movies. In a FandangoNOW interview, director/actor James Franco listed his favorite “About Hollywood” movies. Check out the list, as well as my review of The Disaster Artist, below!!
Episode 77 of CinemAddicts covers a ton of ground movie wise. Anderson recaps his love for Coco and we offer up our thoughts on Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. My love for Call Me By Your Name has previously been expressed, but there’s also a bunch of new flicks that are covered on the show (The Post, The Shape of Water, Downsizing, All The Money in the World, The Disaster Artist, The Ballad of Lefty Brown). More details below!
The November episode of CinemAddicts is up, and I believe it’s our longest show ever. I can’t believe the year’s almost over and though this episode is definitely not short and sweet, there’s a ton of stuff to cover!
It’s August and Anderson and I discussed a slew of movies. My big recommendations for this month are Columbus and In This Corner of the World. Anderson’s amped to see Logan Lucky and Detroit. The full episode, as well as a few state of the state re: CinemAddicts is found below!!
A special screening of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story took place at The Tate Modern in London. Photos of the cast, as well as a review of the film, can be found after the jump:
NIcole Kidman will be honored with the International Star Award for her performance in Lion. The honor will be given to the actress at the Palm Springs International Film Festival’s (PSIFF) Film Awards Gala.
I looked over my initial review of My Golden Days, and though I did love the movie, I was a bit down on the film’s final moments. Having re-watched the final act, I’ve completely changed my mind – the climax completely works!!
Actress Jessica Van (TV’s Rush Hour & The Messengers) stars in Seoul Searching, a comedy that captures the spirit of John Hughes’ films from the 1980s (The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink) and is inspired by director Benson Lee’s experiences at a summer program in Seoul, Korea. The movie, which I reviewed on Hollywood Outbreak, also received a great write-up in the New York Times, and I had the pleasure of sitting down with Van to talk about Seoul Searching.
Tom Hiddleston takes on own of his most challenging (and what one would assume more gratifying) roles to date with I Saw The Light, a first rate biopic on the complex life of transcendent country singer/songwriter Hank Williams (Tom Hiddleston). The film opens in select theaters (NY/LA) on Friday, March 25.
‘They don’t make ’em like they used to’ is an oft-used phrase regarding movies, but director Craig Gillespie didn’t get that memo with The Finest Hours, a first rate throwback that thrills to the very end.