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Mention Park City, Utah and visions of powder-covered slopes, summertime mountain biking, the 2002 Winter Olympics, and the annual Sundance Film Festival instantly come to mind. And, now, after a memorable visit to this year-round wonderland, I'm adding food lover's paradise to the short list.
A ski trip had never given me the come hither. Aside from being remarkably uncoordinated and plagued by back problems and, I reside in the bone chilling tundra of Chicago, trekking to snow felt idiotic when I could revel in sub-zero temps at home.
The Canyons offers insight into an all-too-familiar world of boredom and desperation, relationships and compromises, closeness and the abyss that separates us from our lovers. Although I wanted to dislike it, to be "cool" like my fellow critics, I ended up falling in love with the film.
Voyeurism is a necessary ingredient for all thrillers, but in The Canyons, with all the hoopla about its stars, the project itself begs the question: is this low-budget train wreck a filmic version of reality TV or cinematic verite at its finest? I don't really care.
Most critics are being terribly unkind to The Canyons. The beautifully melancholy opening credits, chronicling the decaying movie theaters around America, are what cinema is made of.
More important than critical acclaim or box-office boom is the very distinct potential that The Canyons will come to be known as one of the most influential films in decades.
Because this is apparently how some people pass their time, Kanye West and Noah Goldstein recut the trailer for "The Canyons
Watch the full interview with Paul Schrader at HuffPost Live HERE. The filming of "The Canyons" with the ever-unpredictable
Paul Schrader, director of "The Canyons" joins HuffPost Live to discuss working with Lindsay Lohan.
Tabloid fixture Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen star in "The Canyons," a movie that now has a trailer with dubstep
Paul Schrader On Lindsay Lohan: She May Be 'Tormented,' A 'Train Wreck' But 'We Can't Stop Watching'
Monroe and Lohan exist in the space between actors and celebrities, people whose professional and personal performances are
I just saw your most recent cover over at Wonderland magazine. You look beautiful. What I take issue with, however, is that you talk about being single forever.
For more on Deen's offer, head over to TMZ. For a low-budget indie film, much has been written about "The Canyons." That
The official plot synopsis for "The Canyons" describes the film as "a contemporary L.A. noir ... about the dangers of sexual