Jon Hamm takes over as I. M. Fletcher and shines in the new comedy whodunit, Confless, Fletch, taking audiences to Italy and Boston. When Fletch (Jon Hamm) is suspected of killing a woman at the townhouse that he’s renting, he decides to take matters into his own hands. It’s bad enough that he’s already helping his girlfriend, Angela De Grassi (Lorenza Izzo), with searching for a stolen art collection! To no surprise, he has his…"Confless, Fletch: Jon Hamm Shines In Comedy Whodunit"
Space Cowboys features a masterclass performance in acting from four of the hardest working actors of their generation. Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, and James Garner have quite the filmography with numerous accolades combined. It was only a matter of time before they starred in a movie together. In this instance, it’s as four aging astronauts who never made it into space. Suddenly, their put to the test when they agree to repair…"Space Cowboys: An Acting Masterclass"
Miller’s Crossing joins The Criterion Collection with a 2K digital restoration supervised by the Coen Brothers and Barry Sonnenfeld. The film is being presented in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio. The digital transfer was created in 2K resolution from the 35mm original camera negative and supervised by the film’s cinematographer, Barry Sonnenfeld. The disc was mastered by Pixelogic Media. Both supervising sound editor and recrecording mixer Skip Livesay and composer Carter Burwell created a new…"Miller’s Crossing: Coen Brothers Film Is On Criterion"
It’s very easy to look at Moxie and think it’s a Mean Girls copycat but when you step back, this is very much a #MeToo film. This is a film that deals with the arrival of a new student but not in the same way as the Tina Fey-directed film. But at the same time, new student Lucy (Alycia Pascual-Peña) isn’t the main star of the film. Vivian (Hadley Robinson) takes an ode to her…"Moxie: A Feminist Revolution"
Pink Skies Ahead takes us back to the Los Angeles of the late 1990s when a college students drops out and moves back in with her parents. Aspiring writer Winona (Jessica Barden) drops out of college and gets diagnosed with an anxiety disorder after moving back home with her parents, Robert (Michael McKean) and Pamela (Marcia Gay Harden). She’s in denial about Dr. Cotton’s (Henry Winkler) diagnosis. After all, she’s never had a panic attack…"AFI FEST 2020: Pink Skies Ahead"