With a strong start, Year of the Comet becomes an amalgam of a wannabe heist film paired with a romcom. It’s odd enough, but it’s clear from early on that this is a film that isn’t going to take itself too seriously. […]
Review by A.C. Miller Robert Altman’s quirky 1970 flick, Brewster McCloud, is everything the title is: odd, zany, different, and downright unique. It’s one of those films every viewer should go into without a clue as […]
This episode, Jill and Wade discuss Academy Award snubs and surprises from the past, as well as Spielberg whose whole career may or may not be about chasing Oscar. Listen in now!
A.C. Miller All throughout John Cassavetes’ Gloria, there’s a palpable tension between the man behind the lens and the woman in front of it. Gloria Swenson, played by Cassavetes’ wife, Gena Rowlands, has an on […]
Review by A.C. Miller The Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) in the background. Bombs exploding as British journalist George Hogg, fights through enemy lines to photograph the brutality of war. Innocents lined up and shot down […]
Contributor A. C. Miller For his directorial debut, Paul Mazursky, comes out swinging. Literally. Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice isn’t a farce depicting Eisenhower era (1953-1961) couples plodding through rough relationships with affairs; […]