May 25, 2016 08:29
Jesus (Hector Medina) is a gay hairdresser whose surrogate family is comprised of the drag queens and prostitutes who populate his impoverished neighborhood. Desperate to assert himself, he desires to join his performer friends by adopting the guise of “Viva” and performing at the local nightclub....
May 25, 2016 08:29
The film, elegant and genteel in its (still-sharp) approach to deflating the iron-cast social structure of the period, adheres to the original text while comfortably accommodating Stillman’s droll, wry sensibilities in this feature-length expansion,......
May 18, 2016 08:03
The story opens a few years after the death of renowned photographer Isabelle Reed (Isabelle Huppert) on the eve of a retrospective exhibition of her work. This prompts a reunion between her husband Gene (Gabriel Byrne) and their sons, Jonah (Jesse Eisenberg), who has just become a father, and Conrad (Devin Druid), an embittered college student....
May 18, 2016 08:03
It’s easy to see what drew George Clooney to the project, both as star and producer. Not only does he get to yuck it up as Lee Gates, a fast-talking cable-TV financial analyst who often dispenses advice and opinion with a hip-hop beat, he also gets to shift into dramatic mode when disaster strikes....
May 11, 2016 12:04
In only his second feature, writer/ producer/director Matthew Brown has fashioned a genteel but keenly observant portrait of an unheralded genius, one whose innate brilliance was misunderstood by many at the time, and whose ambitions were......
May 11, 2016 12:04
At the behest of the William Hurt’s Secretary of State, one Thaddeus Ross, the Avengers are asked to operate under the jurisdiction and discretion of the United Nations – a notion that sits well with some, including Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man, but not so much with others, including Chris Evans’ Captain America....
May 11, 2016 12:04
The viewer’s point of identification is Robert Laing (Tom Hiddleston), a neurologist who has just moved into his 25th-floor apartment of a high-rise complex and immediately gets a crash course in the eccentricities and debauchery of his neighbors. The high-rise is clearly a metaphor for society, as reflected in Ballard’s novel and Amy Jump’s script....
May 4, 2016 07:52
The formula is basically the same, only the titular holiday has changed. Set in and around Atlanta, which the filmmakers showcase almost shamelessly (especially the Four Seasons Hotel), we’re introduced to a group of characters, some of whom are already acquainted and most of whom will be by the end....

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