‘Shades of Blue’ Star Ray Liotta Expresses Love For New York

The gritty cop drama Shades of Blue, toplined by Jennifer Lopez and Ray Liotta, brings back recollections to the great NY set police flicks from the 1970s. There's a creative vitality to this genre, and in our video below Liotta briefly talks about why he loves shooting in The Big Apple. The New York versus … Continue reading ‘Shades of Blue’ Star Ray Liotta Expresses Love For New York

Anne Hathaway Finds A New “Song” In Los Angeles

Opening in theaters and VOD on January 23, Song One centers on Franny (Anne Hathaway), a woman who returns to Brooklyn after her musician brother Henry (Boardwalk Empire's Ben Rosenfield) slips into a coma after a car accident. Initially judgmental about Henry's career path, Franny sees her sibling in a truer light after listening to … Continue reading Anne Hathaway Finds A New “Song” In Los Angeles

‘Musical Chairs’ Offical DVD Dances It Way To Amazon

Director Susan Seidelman's cinematic heyday, at least from an outsider's perspective, were the 1980s, when she helmed such engaging narratives as Making Mr. Right, Cookie, She-Devil, and my personal favorite from her body of work - Desperately Seeking Susan. But filmmaking is a continuing, ever expanding process, and it's great to see Seidelman still working behind the camera (she directed … Continue reading ‘Musical Chairs’ Offical DVD Dances It Way To Amazon

Indie Film ‘After’ Explores A Family’s Shadowed Secrets

Since the advent of cinema, indie filmmaking has always been a labor of love, and director Pieter Gaspersz's debut feature After snugly fits into that category. Set in 2002, the drama centers on a middle class family in upstate New York who are trying to keep a tragic secret from their matriarch (Kathleen Quinlan). With … Continue reading Indie Film ‘After’ Explores A Family’s Shadowed Secrets