Neil LaBute starts his latest film, THE SHAPE OF THINGS, off with a sly dig at what the story is going to be about. His stars are not given character names in the credits, they’re listed as “actress” or “actor” in much the same way that credits traditionally list “director” or “writer”, both of which… Read More »
Dan Mahowny is a gray little man, meticulous, obsessive, and very careful with a dollar, even the ones in his native Canada. He is a man seemingly born to be a banker except for one little flaw, an addiction, actually. Dan is a man who likes to gamble, who has, in fact never gone more… Read More »
There are many reasons to see GREENFINGERS. Its a pleasant little bit of British escapism, based on a true story, that charms with its odd premise, keen sense of justice, and sharp humor as it delivers a sweet little love story. But right at the top of the list of reasons has to be its star,… Read More »
FAY GRIM dances through so many levels that while one viewing is sublime, several are a giddy revelation, each one more so than the last.