Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Drinking Buddies (2013)
Joe Swanberg's most recognizable film to date. Loaded with amazing actors and great performances. Nuanced, contemplative, and funny, Drinking Buddies blurs the line drawn by relationships by asking the question, "Who belongs to who, and do we really belong to anyone at all?"
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
The Station Agent (2003)
Whenever a man with dwarfism is abandoned by his last and only friend through suicide, he decides to live his life alone in an abandoned train station, only to find he has more friends than he thought. Beautiful blend of comedy and drama with impeccable acting from all the major players, and featuring a star-studded cast of Patricia Clarkson, Bobby Cannavale, and a young Peter Dinklage.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Waking Ned Devine (1993)
After Ned Devine dies from a heart-attack induced from the shock of winning the lottery, two of his friends use any means necessary to pretend to be the recently deceased in hopes of obtaining all of the money he won. A hilarious film complete with trademark Irish dark humor.
And Everything is Going Fine (2010)
This intimate portrait of one of my personal favorite writer/performers, Spalding Gray, is brilliantly edited to mimic the style of his infamous performances, becoming in a way a posthumous, final monologue by one of the greatest stage performers of the 20th century.