Review: ‘Bullet Head’ Is A Pit Bull Thriller With A Ton of Bite

I have no idea if writer/director Paul Solet's decision to stuff Adrien Brody in a piano was a not so subtle homage to Roman Polanski's The Pianist. I also wonder if Solet loved the wish fulfillment endings of Carlito's Way or Point Blank, but that's neither here nor there, as though Bullet Head offer a … Continue reading Review: ‘Bullet Head’ Is A Pit Bull Thriller With A Ton of Bite

Blu-ray Spotlight: ‘Third Person’ Explores Love’s Beguiling Mysteries

Third Person (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 137 minutes, R), which was just released this week on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital HD, is an ambitious narrative centering on love and betrayal that takes place in Paris, Rome, and New York. Directed and penned by Paul Haggis (Crash, In the Valley of Elah), the project took Haggis over two and … Continue reading Blu-ray Spotlight: ‘Third Person’ Explores Love’s Beguiling Mysteries

Moran Atias Lived A Gypsy’s Life for “Third Person” Role

Some actors will show up on set with their lines memorized and ready to hit their mark. It's a "keep it simple stupid" method that, if it works, shouldn't be criticized. For Moran Atias, playing a desperate gypsy in director Paul Haggis' complex (and compelling) drama Third Person required a different approach. Saying the lines … Continue reading Moran Atias Lived A Gypsy’s Life for “Third Person” Role

Mila Kunis Discusses Acting Approach & Muscle Memory (“Third Person” Interview)

Written and directed by Paul Haggis (Crash, The Next Three Days), Third Person centers on the lives seemingly disparate people struggling and loving their way through Paris, New York, and Rome. Mila Kunis is Julia, a former soap opera actress who, due to her own irresponsible actions, has lost visitation rights to her son. Desperate … Continue reading Mila Kunis Discusses Acting Approach & Muscle Memory (“Third Person” Interview)