james ponsoldt

If The End of the Tour encourages some people to dive into "Infinite Jest," so much the better. If it doesn't, I think that's OK too.
The End of the Tour is a careful exploration of one of the most intelligent, observant and complicated minds of the twentieth century. David Foster Wallace had an unmatched appreciation for the minute details of our ever-expanding modern world. And he was able to articulate them.
This is my second year at the Nantucket Film Festival, and this will probably be my one dispatch, mostly because I'm having too much fun to take time to write about it.
As film festivals go, Sarasota Film Festival is hard to beat, for films, parties, and people.
Donald Margulies' script -- based on Lipsky's memoir "Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself," which uses the interview
Production on "The End of the Tour" is slated to begin in February or March, according to TheWrap. As one of literature's
What a sorry excuse for a summer movie! No car chases! No Computer Graphic Images! Not even any Super Heroes trying to save the world from horrible villains! Just a simple, important, well-written story, told unflinchingly through superb acting and knowing direction.
"I certainly hope it does," Chandler said about the prospect of "The Spectacular Now" changing how he's viewed in Hollywood
With "The Spectacular Now" expanding to more theaters on Aug. 16 before a nationwide bow on Aug. 23, HuffPost Entertainment
James Ponsoldt's list of the best coming-of-age films ever.