Jim Gaffigan spoke with Solzy at the Movies this week about three films appearing during the 2019 Sundance Film Festival: Them That Follow, Light from Light, and Troop Zero. When we last spoke, You Can Choose Your Family had just premiered at SXSW. This year, you appear in a trio of films during Sundance. How thrilled are you for the opportunity? Jim Gaffigan: It’s amazing. It’s amazing that I’ve also been kicking around long enough.…"Sundance 2019: Jim Gaffigan talks Sundance Trio"
If there’s a list that I don’t like having to put together, it’s list of the worst films in 2018. I say this because cast and crews put hard work into their craft of making these motion pictures. Sometimes, the final result isn’t close to what we would like these films to be. There is one film that I gave a lot of thought to putting on my list. Ultimately, I chose not to do…"The Worst Films of 2018"
Chappaquiddick is a film that strives to take an even-handed look at the tragic events of July 1969 but it’s just not compelling enough of a film. It’s not so much a political film inasmuch as it is one that seeks to take an investigative look. John Curran, directing from a screenplay written by Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan, takes us back to yet another cursed moment for the Kennedy family. It’s a sad moment for…"Chappaquiddick: Character Study Falls Short"