Jonathan tries to rid himself of the flub “Hidden Fences,” while suggesting what you should be watching.
Jonathan tries moving DFF to the web arm of a print newspaper.
The awards season is coming into focus. Over the next two months, critics, including this one, will find their inboxes full as distributors and studios try to get the word out about their particular film. Of the films I’ve received thus far, Hsiao-Hsien Hou’s “The Assassin” is the kind of lush cinematic experience that cineaste’s […]
The rom com starring Jason Sudeikis opens in Atlanta today.
Rice’s debut feature film UNSULLIED opens next weekend in limited release.
Movie buffs can always use an app to feed their cinematic cravings.
Jonathan puts his lawyer hat on and considers the admissibility of Durst’s “admissions.”
In this final look at the films nominated for the Oscar for best picture, I consider the merits of the remaining four nominees. While at the end of last year, I called “Birdman” the year’s best movie, recent momentum suggests that the race is a toss up. And in the wake of the SAG awards, […]
In Part 1, Jonathan considers AMERICAN SNIPER, SELMA, WHIPLASH, and THE IMITATION GAME.
Jonathan reveals his annual list.