More ramblings about adaptation with a dash of Youtube thrown in.
Three Billboards Hits the Nail on the Nose with a Molotov Cocktail
The season of award-hungry film releases has begun. A time when studios release movies they suspect will appeal to… whoever votes on major film awards. This, in theory, means the movies breaking through to the cineplex are better and more interesting than those released for the broader public the rest of the year. However some… Continue reading Three Billboards Hits the Nail on the Nose with a Molotov Cocktail
Nineteenth-Century Modernism within Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure
Our crazy smart friend and guest writer Jason Patel offers an in-depth look at Scandinavian Modernist Theater and Force Majeure.
American Honey is Good, but Oh My God it is Long.
Andrea Arnold’s American Honey is bold, deliberate, and immersive. But does deserve its near 3 hour runtime?