At the Movies
This past weekend, Dinesh D’Souza’s critical documentary 2016: Obama’s America made $6.2 million–placing it about par with the action film Premium Rush. Read More
The Most Exciting Documentary In The Entire History Of The (Navel-Gazing Media Reporting) Universe™, Page One, is coming to a limited-release cinema near you.
And with it, a star is born: New York Times media reporter David Carr. Read More
Vanishing on 7th Street is the latest cryptic pseudo-sci-fi hologram by shockmeister Brad Anderson (The Machinist), a director more interested in effects than the reasons for them. It begins in a movie multiplex where a lonely projectionist (John Leguizamo) is rolling spools of film through a lens darkly when the cinema goes totally black. Roaming Read More
Robert Durst, the estranged son of Times Square developer Seymour Durst, thought Ryan Gosling did a decent job playing him in Andrew Jarecki’s new film All Good Things. The movie follows Mr. Durst through a failed marriage and three alleged murders.
Mr. Gosling’s performance was “close,” but “not as good as the real thing,” Mr. Read More
Break out those funky black glasses! The brand new Architecture and Design Film Festival is coming to Tribeca Cinemas this weekend. The name pretty much says it all — 41 shorts and features about the people and projects that surround us every day and shape our world, making our lives better without us Read More