Being John Malkovich
Watch the documentary "Rising Phoenix" this week.
Author Brian Raftery talks about "Election," "Being John Malkovich" and a few other favorites of that landmark year in film.
Do not mess with Malkovich online.
So basically now I'm thinking we're everywhere and nowhere; we're all the same; there is no such thing as time, or at least it's very slippery; today is tomorrow; I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together; AND, to top it all off, we can all live forever.
My last day at the Sundance Film Festival ended with a big bang: The Raid 2, Gareth Evans' sequel to his eye-popping 2011 action film The Raid. And it was a good day prior to that, with a pair of mysterious films -- one a sci-fi thriller, one a marital comedy -- and most of an eye-opening documentary.
This was originally posted to The Screaming Pope, Francis Levy's blog of rants and reactions to contemporary politics, art
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Del Toro provided an update to The Telegraph (via IndieWire), saying: Billy Pilgrim is inching closer toward his big-screen
Is this oversight wholly the fault of the Academy? Who else, unless we all agree it's somehow natural or fitting for great comedies to be treated like the second-class citizens of cinema.
Even as he approaches 50, Tom Cruise broadens his range -- maybe not to a Cary Grant level of charm, perhaps, but certainly to something a lot less determined and disciplined than usual: something that approaches actual goofiness.