No Country for Old Men
But unlike the supporters of Donald Trump, these West Texans don't blame their misfortunes on Mexicans, Muslims, or Hillary
American film has largely abdicated its role as a serious social commentator, especially when commenting on the people who don't own things. Every so often, a movie still comes along which tells the story of those struggling to maintain their grasp on their small piece of America.
The Coens' latest film Hail, Caesar! has the brothers returning to some of their favorite territory: kidnappings, old Hollywood, and the screwball comedy. And, as usual, it's a Coen brothers film through and through.
I've found that many booksellers, when faced with the sometimes daunting task of deciding what to read next, have developed their own idiosyncratic "strategies." Often secret, until now.
Since the dawn of storytelling, good guys with strong moral compasses were glamorized, while bad guys with wayward moral compasses were vilified. But a slew of recent films and shows have turned gray to black.
Popcorn Profile Rated: R (Language, violence, sexual content, crime, drugs) Audience: Young adults Distribution: Mainstream
Ridley Scott is one of those overrated directors who, every once in a while, puts together a hard-edged, lean little film that just delivers the goods. The Counselor, unfortunately, isn't one of those efforts.
You can hear distant thunder as Addie lies down to wait for death. "My father used to say the reason for living was to get
Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere
while Deakins is quick to play down whatever small role he played in WALL•E's eventual enormous box office success, his creative contribution did not go unnoticed by others in the animation industry.
"It went very well and I had the time of my life and I really fell in love with Mindy and her voice," Grant said about her
Raising Hope's Garret Dillahunt Reflects on Deadwood, Any Day Now, and the Importance of Keeping It Different
From lovable Burt, to Cromartie the terminator, to Jesus Christ on The Book of Daniel, there's a certain Zen-like calm running through Dillahunt's uncommonly diverse array of characters, which is perhaps a reason he's embraced by viewers time and again.
Alyona sits down with actress Beth Grant to chat about her career in movies.
But McCarthy's reasons for becoming a screenwriter are unlikely to resemble those of novelists before him, for whom the task
From the slick noir of Melvillie's Le Samourai to Drive's homage to new wave, style can be just as important to films as
From Zooey Deschanel and Christina Ricci to Dustin Hoffman, Ashton Kutcher and Jeff Daniels, TV has taken in an unusual number
In 2009, the Coen Brothers' "A Serious Man" introduced audiences to an uptight, uncertain man spiraling through a midlife
Yup, it would be quite a literary world if all books contained as much mayhem as Cormac McCarthy novels.
Yesterday, Random House (@randomhouse) tweeted, "The #NY rain is making us feel slightly evil, which brings us to ask. Who
For a while - back when critics' groups were voting in December - it was all Social Network all the time. It seemed like