Month: January 2015

A Most Violent Year

J.C. Chandor’s latest film, his third feature, recalls Francis Ford Coppola’s first Godfather film. Cinematographer Bardford Young is doing his best Gordon Willis impression, drowning the characters in the shadows of backdoor dealings and corruption. Both filmsRead Full Review

Two Days, One Night

Most people discovered Marion Cotillard when she won the Best Actress Oscar for La Vie en Rose in 2008. She was a beautiful, exotic unknown who hyperventilated on the stage and won our hearts. La Vie en Rose wasRead Full Review


The reason why we’ve never had a truly impactful feature film about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is because it’s hard to tell an honest story about a deity. When the man himself is legend,Read Full Review