Anthony Lucero's fine film uses the framework of food film to deftly explore class, work, ethnicity, and sexism.
Its unidirectional drive makes it too predictable, although viewers will certainly laugh and enjoy themselves.
A new film is being screened in select cities this summer that focuses on the life of the late poet-musician, Gil Scott-Heron.
The cast tried so hard. But the jokes were tortured and the warmth didn't reach room temperature.
Really, whose idea was it to film a blabfest about a guy purportedly on anti-depressants?
The movie is a decent enough popcorn flick, but its narrative weaknesses and hit-or-miss jokes don't help it much.
Rialto Pictures is theatrically re-releasing five films by one of France's lesser known, yet nonetheless noteworthy auteurs, Claude Sautet, in L.A. at the Laemmle Royal Theater..
"Jimmy's Hall" is about Jimmy Gralton, the only Irishman deported as an illegal alien from Ireland, the land of his birth, without so much as a trial!
"Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful."
"Armor of Light." "Good Kill," "Far from Men," "Trials of Constance Baker Motley," "Song of Lahore" and more.