Poetry. “By some mysterious alchemy, what we see on the screen takes on a poetic murmur.”
Red Riding Hood. “Maddening.”
Battle Los Angeles. “Thick-headed and cliché-riddled.” (Pedant’s note: the title on screen has no colon.)
Mars Needs Moms. “More comedy than charm.”
Cold Weather and Dogtooth. “Test the expectations of how we define movies today.”
Vanishing on 7th Street. “The problem with a great beginning is how to explain it all.”
Elektra Luxx. “If the joke about the blogger in his mother’s basement sounds stale, stick around – there’s more where that came from.”
On KUOW’s “Weekday,” I talk with Steve Scher about an actor who’s been causing a fuss lately, the Seattle Jewish Film Festival, and a few other things. It’s archived here; the movie bit kicks in at 16:04.
At my other website, What a Feeling!, we conclude an ill-advised Sheen week with a 1989 review of Major League. And that will be the end on that, I promise.