Juan Barquin/Columnist Love is in the air, everywhere you look – whether you want to embrace that feeling or poison the air so you don’t…
With a third feature film and two impressive “Breaking Bad” episodes, “Fly” and “Fifty-One,” under his belt, it’s safe to say Rian Johnson is one of the best and most original filmmakers around.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s entire career has been leading up to this moment, and what a moment it is. This is something dozens of filmmakers strive to achieve, and it comes in the form of an ambitious magnum opus, “The Master.”
After “A Dangerous Method” — which could be considered his biggest disappointment of the 2000s — David Cronenberg is back in the spotlight with “Cosmopolis,” and he’s brought along “Twilight” star Robert Pattinson. This could sound like a recipe for disaster, but Pattison sheds his bland past and clothing to help craft a damn fine drama.
After a disappointing delivery last year with “Cars 2,” everyone has been looking forward to seeing what Pixar would come up with next. Teasing audiences with only the vaguest previews of a young, fiery woman interested in archery, Pixar’s “Brave” captured the attention of many. Why reveal more when you could reveal nothing to audiences aside from lush scenery and an interesting character?