Monthly Archives: <span>January 2017</span>

How Moonlight Looks Out For The Humanity In Us

After over-extending our welcome at Angelika Theater, we two friends and I find our respective subway stations and carry ourselves home, shredding the people we were before, remembering who we used to be, and hoping for more moments of tenderness, of softness, on screen and in our own lives. We have just seen Moonlight; we Read more »

How Moonlight Looks Out For The Humanity In Us

After over-extending our welcome at Angelika Theater, we two friends and I find our respective subway stations and carry ourselves home, shredding the people we were before, remembering who we used to be, and hoping for more moments of tenderness, of softness, on screen and in our own lives. We have just seen Moonlight; we Read more »

Gold review the priciest ore is a bore in Matthew McConaughey misfire

An allegedly true story emerges as a lackluster riff on American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street with a scrappy turn from an overly disguised lead star Theres not much that glitters in Gold, a lackluster caper that proves that even the priciest ore can bore. Stephen Gaghans new film is an admixture of Read more »