At the premiere of the Hasidic-themed movie Holy Rollers, a Sundance pick that premiered in New York on Monday, May 10, at the Sunshine Theater, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen sped past reporters and into the dark theater as if they were late for mincha.
The twins were there to support Ashley’s boyfriend, Justin Bartha, an Read More
Wondering what movie to spend your hard earned money on this weekend? Here’s a handy guide to the new releases.
Shrek: The Final Chapter
What’s the story: Because three Shrek films weren’t enough, Dreamworks Animation brings the fourth installment to theaters. And considering the last one grossed nearly $800 million worldwide, who can blame them? Read More
Despite the misleading title, Holy Rollers is not a film about an offbeat Protestant talking in tongues. It is, instead, a harrowing, fact-based footnote to the history of the illicit drug trade, involving a small group of Hasidic Jews who were recruited as mules to smuggle ecstasy from Europe into the U.S. in Read More
While the success of films like Little Miss Sunshine, Once and Precious prove that the Sundance Film Festival still holds some pretty serious weight in Hollywood, something about the grandaddy of them all has—shall we say—dulled. Perhaps Sundance lost some edge around the same time it featured heavily in a plotline on Entourage. Sensing this, Read More