The fallout of the financial crisis is still being thrashed out in full public view, which makes for a terribly difficult documentary subject; we are a long way from knowing where most of it actually ends. Steve James, the documentarian behind The Interrupters, Life Itself, and Hoop Dreams, has found a tiny self-contained story inside […]
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Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal is not a film that is terribly interested in explaining things, which probably is for the best in a movie about a woman connected to a kaiju that appears out of nowhere to threaten a major world city. While that means we aren’t getting bogged down in explaining things that don’t really […]
ALEXANDRIA FILM FESTIVAL Tomorrow: Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM (EST) Sydney-Chanele Dawkins Memorial Screening Tomorrow, Saturday, November 7th, at 10:00 a.m. AMC Hoffman Theater #3 AMC Hoffman Center 22 – Hoffman Town Center – 206 Swamp Fox Road, in Alexandria, VA 22314 The late Sydney-Chanele Dawkins was chair of the […]
Here is Kyle Osborne’s Movie Video Reviews of The Walk and He Named Me Malala. WATCH THE TRAILER: Here are DC Showtimes: The Walk He Named Me Malala Check out other Movie Video Reviews by Kyle Osborne.
Here is Kyle Osborne’s Movie Video Review of ‘The Martian.’ WATCH THE TRAILER: Here are DC Showtimes. Check out other Movie Video Reviews by Kyle Osborne.
Here is Kyle Osborne’s Movie Video Review of ‘Sicrario.’ Watch the Trailer: Here are DC Showtimes. Check out other Movie Video Reviews by Kyle Osborne.
Here is Kyle Osborne’s Movie Video Review of Black Mass: Here is Black Mass’ website. Watch the Trailer: Here are DC Showtimes. Check out other Movie Video Reviews by Kyle Osborne.
Ah, the end of August. The August month-long Congressional recess will be ending soon. DC area schools at all levels are opening momentarily. We can only hope that the recent mid-summer-time swoon of the Nationals will rapidly vanish as the calendar turns to September, while we await the Washington professional football team taking the field for […]
DC AREA SHOWTIMES. LINKS Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of 50 Shades of Grey. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of of The Boy Next Door and Still Alice. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of Taken 3 and Inherent Vice. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of Kill the Messenger. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of Gone Girl. Kyle Osborne’s Video […]
DC area showtimes. DC Area Showtimes. LINKS Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of Kill the Messenger. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of Gone Girl. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of The Equalizer. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of The Maze Runner AND This Is Where I Leave You. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of ‘Sin City: A Dame To […]
Kyle Osborne reviews ‘Maleficient.’ If you saw the film, please tell us if you agree or disagree with Kyle by leaving a comment in the’Comment Box.’ Click here to watch the review of Maleficent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p0Te_yoNK0A&feature=player_embedded LINKS Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of ‘Godzilla.’ Q&A with ‘Godzilla’ Director Gareth Edwards. Kyle Osborne’s Video Movie Review of […]
With his third feature film, writer and director Zach Clark delivers an unconventional dark comedy of a wife’s search for Christmas spirit in the wake of an unbearable tragedy in White Reindeer. Tell me a little about yourself personally and creatively. I grew up in Alexandria, VA and attended film school at the North Carolina School of the Arts. […]
As Halloween creeps closer… what better way is there to celebrate than to smear on some glitter, slip on your fishnets, and dance? American University students dive into the spirit of the season, performing The Rocky Horror Show this weekend through the 26th at the Harold and Sylvia Greenberg Theatre. This musical is not a […]
According to a 2007 British survey Hans Zimmer is considered “one of the world’s 100 living geniuses.” He shares space on the list with the likes of Stephen Hawking, Prince and Philip Glass. Zimmer’s own list of achievements includes an Academy Award, several Golden Globes, Grammys, Lifetime Achievement Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and dozens […]
If you think the sequester hit DC hard, just wait til you see what the terrorists have in store for the capitol in Olympus Has Fallen, written by Creighton Rothenberger and Katrin Benedikt. With current tensions heating up in the East, Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day and Tears of the Sun) has a created a culturally […]
Elden Street Players presents The Seafarer, a black comedy written by Conor McPherson. Just in time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, this hauntingly genuine Irish tale explores deep themes like despair, redemption, and the laughter that breaches the gap between. This production is beautifully directed by Angie Anderson. Set Designer Tod Kerr creates a lived-in […]
THE STUDIO THEATRE ANNOUNCES ITS 2013-2014 SEASON AND NEW PLAY COMMISSIONS – British Invasion Festival celebrates UK writers under 40 – Michael Kahn directs at Studio for the first time – Commissions for Stew and Heidi Rodewald, Vivienne Franzmann, and Rachel Bonds Artistic Director David Muse is pleased to announce The Studio Theatre’s 2013-2014 Season, […]
Congrats to this year’s Academy Award nominees. Winners will be announced on February 24th at 7 PM on ABC. Best Actor In A Leading Role: Bradley Cooper in Silver Linings Playbook Daniel Day-Lewis in Lincoln Hugh Jackman in Les Misérables Joaquin Phoenix in The Master Denzel Washington in Flight Best Actor In A Supporting Role: Alan Arkin in Argo Robert De Niro in Silver Linings Playbook Philip Seymour Hoffman in The […]
“All the love in the world for Baptiste is mine, mine. No room for others. It is fate. It is written,” sobs his heart-broken lover, Nathalie (María Casarès). This scene appears more than halfway through the nearly three hour plus French film Children of Paradise, as it is quite touching. Now fully restored, this film, […]
Sometimes, people who survive tragedies from two different worlds come together to find comfort and happiness together. Such is the case in Phillippe Felardeau’s straightforward and poignant film Monsier Lazhar, Academy Award Nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. Set in a Montreal elementary school, tension immediately escalates when a young student discovers that his teacher […]