By: Cynthia Ayala
The Giver has brought life to black and white as the movie develops the novels symbolism and presents a thought provoking struggle of freedom and what it means.
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By: Eric Eisenberg One of my favorite scenes in Doug Liman’s 1999 dark comedy Go (a movie that I highly recommend) features characters played by Timothy Olyphant and Katie Holmes sitting together in a diner and having a friendly conversation about the daily funnies. Olyphant begins to talk about his hatred for the comic strip The Family Circus, saying, “You sit down and read your … Continue reading The Family Circus Movie Moves Forward With A Pair Of Writers
Broadway productions of Anton Chekov’s The Seagull have attracted big-name casts in the past, with Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Sarsgaard and Carey Mulligan all starring together in a recent rendition of the classic play. And now that a version of The Seagull is heading to the screen, an equally high-profile list of names has signed on– though with at least one totally inexplicable casting choice thrown … Continue reading Allison Janney, William Hurt, And Somehow Katie Holmes Starring In Chekov Adaptation