Sicario 2: Day of Soldado–Interview with Star Josh Brolin

Same character, different scenario. I liked it because it’s just a more challenging scenario. That’s why I almost didn’t do the first one, I turned it down a couple of times–it’s a peripheral character. Do we care about him, and if you took the character out, do you still have the same story? Does he affect the story in any meaningful way?

World Cup 2018: Where and When to Watch

The World Cup kicked off this week over 5,000 miles away from the States. So what times should North American audiences tune in for the FIFA extravaganza? Fox and Telemundo have TV rights to the soccer event, which is hosted by Russia, and will be live streaming all of the matches online. Fox Sports will deliver […]

Oscar Movies: Crusades, The (1935): DeMille’s Epic

Cecil B. DeMille directed this epic, in which Richard the Lion-Hearted is played by Henry Wilcoxon and Loretta Young is cast as Berengaria, his wife and princess of Navarre.

DADDY ISSUES – Teaser

Directed by Amara Cash. Starring Madison Lawlor, Montana Manning, and Andrew Pifko. The film premieres at Outfest on July 14, 2018.

Pick of the Week

Baker, Sean: Honored by John Waters with Filmmaker on the Edge at PTown Film Fest

Honored with Provincetown’s 2018 Filmmaker on the Edge Award during the festival’s 20th edition, Sean Baker’s features have focused on outsider characters living on the margins of American life. Starlet traced the unexpected friendship that develops between a 21-year-old porn actress and an octogenarian Los Angeles fringe dweller. Tangerine tested the bond between a pair […]

Levy Unfiltered

Meet the Press Film Fest 2018: October 7-8

Meet the Press Film Fest 2018 will be held October 7-8, focusing on stories about people and policy told from a diversity of perspective.

Reviews

Sicario 2: Day of Soldado–Interview with Star Josh Brolin

Same character, different scenario. I liked it because it’s just a more challenging scenario. That’s why I almost didn’t do the first one, I turned it down a couple of times–it’s a peripheral character. Do we care about him, and if you took the character out, do you still have the same story? Does he affect the story in any meaningful way?

Sicario: Day of Soldado–Interview with Oscar Winning Star Benicio (Traffic) Del Toro

Sicario: Day of Soldado Working with Stefano Benicio Del Toro: You know, what makes him…the best directors I’ve worked with…his ability to listen and to collaborate. And he did all that with this film, which I thought it was kind of like he was stepping into something that was a little difficult because he’s coming […]

Gotti: Structurally Messy, Poorly Written Biopic, One of Travolta’s (and Year’s) Worst Films Ever

John Travolta’s long gestating Gotti, a biopic about the late mobster John Gotti, hits theaters today, and has already earned a rare distinction–zero percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the movie review site. As of noon, the film had collected just 13 reviews and all 13 are considered “rotten.” Wikipedia’s list of films with a zero […]

Sharp Objects: Interview with Amy Adams, Star of HBO New Series

I tend to be the type of personality that puts a lot of pressure on myself. So instead of it creating freedom inside of myself, then I always feel like I have, sort of a responsibility to do my best–Amy Adams