This is what happens when men try to tell a story primarily about women — and also try to ape Charlie Kaufman — and fail miserably.
Jon Stewart’s first film is passionate and principled, as I expected, but also hopeful, almost serene, and even gently amusing, which I did not.
LFF is a veritable orgy of cinema, and I love it. It’s exhausting, but I love it.
Am I the only one who loves Jordi Mollà? It’s those eyes — so mesmerizing.
I haven’t seen John Oliver’s Daily Show yet, but I just watched Jon Stewart’s guest appearance on the Egyptian equivalent of The Daily Show on the Web.
A little bit Mel Brooks, a little bit Airplane!: subtle humor that slips under your radar instead of bashing you over the head is what makes Casa one of the more adventurous comedies in recent years…
I had no idea colon cancer was so much fun! You get to lose weight… without even trying! You get to giggle your way through your first exam with your doctor: mostly cuz you’re ticklish, but also, he’s just really really cute, with a foreign accent and everything! It is so fantastic to be dying! Call it the Ass Cancer Life Plan. Every modern girl needs it.
Ah, it’s like Love and Other Drugs, except Kate Hudson can’t commit after she develops a fatal disease, instead of before.
Is the world so full of women ready to settle, romantically, for Mr. Just Barely Okay that even our romantic fantasies are full of such situations
A quick rundown of the screeners and DVDs that came in yesterday and today. Might review some of these… Pride and Prejudice: The 1995 BBC TV version with Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle, coming in a new restored edition in Region 1 on April 27 from A&E Home Entertainment. [preorder in Region 1 from Amazon … more…