The Farrelly Brothers’ There’s Something About Mary marked the 25th anniversary of its theatrical release during the summer. Like many raunchy comedies released in the 1990s and early 2000s, there are aspects that do not age well. When it comes to the comedy, one must watch it through the lens in which it was made. Ultimately though, this is a film about several men who are in love with the same woman, Mary Jensen (Cameron…"There’s Something About Mary At 25 Years"
Wes Anderson has done it again with his newest ensemble comedy, Asteroid City, releasing in theaters following its Cannes premiere. Anderson is one of those filmmakers that you either love or you don’t. I had an enjoyable enough time that I look forward to diving into the bonus features for the home release. Anyway, Anderson takes the audience to a fictional city in the American Southwest in 1955. To say that it is a small…"Asteroid City Is A Classic Wes Anderson Film"
While an extended version came out in 2005, The Outsiders marks the 40th anniversary of its original theatrical release in 1983. “When I stepped out into the bright sunlight from the darkness of the movie house, I had only two things on my mind: Paul Newman, and a ride home.” – Ponyboy Curtis (C. Thomas Howell) I’ve had the 4K UHD edition of both The Outsiders and The Outsiders – The Complete Novel on hand…"The Outsiders Marks 40th Anniversary"
Proxima tells the story of a mother-daughter relationship and the troubles that ensue when said mother is also in the space program. Sarah (Eva Green) raises daughter Stella (Zélie Boulant-Lemesle) with astrophysicist ex-husband Thoma (Lars Eidinger). It’s one thing to share parenting duties while separated or divorced. Sharing such duties when one parent is training for the space program let alone in space?!? It’s out of this world! Anyway, Sarah is set to join the crew…"Toronto 2019: Proxima"