Posts Tagged ‘IFC’

by The Great White Gypsy We all want to protect the people we care about. From pain, from loss, from someone else hurting them. From ourselves. But sometimes our pride gets the better of us, and causes us to lose more than we would otherwise because of our mistakes. These are the themes of Lee […]


by The Great White Gypsy While looking through the nominees for this year’s Independent Spirit Awards, I came across a familiar title: Nights and Weekends. It had been in my Netflix Instant Queue (God bless Netflix) for a while, and I figured now was a good time to check it out. I had heard really […]


by The Great White Gypsy From Paris with Love – Directed by Pierre Morel, Written by Adi Hasak and Luc Besson Swordfish. The Punisher. A Love Song for Bobby Long. Lonely Hearts. John Travolta has been in four good films in the last ten years. This is a fact. And the only reason I’m giving […]


by The Great White Gypsy A Perfect Getaway – Written and Directed by David Twohy Zahn and Jovovich are honeymooning in Hawaii, backpacking to a secluded beach. They come across several other couples talking about a murder, and things get crazy. Twohy directed The Arrival, Pitch Black, and The Chronicles of Riddick, so you can […]


by The Great White Gypsy X-men Origins: Wolverine – Directed by Gavin Hood, Written by David Benioff You wouldn’t think that the guy who directed Tsotsi and Rendition would be asked to start off the Origins spinoffs, but he was.  Goes back to the very beginning of Wolverine, whose past has always been shrouded in […]


by The Great White Gypsy Where is Steve McQueen? No, don’t tell me he’s dead, that was just a ruse (a cunning attempt to trick me).  He escaped from his coffin and is currently somewhere in Europe stealing paintings and prank calling Pierce Brosnan. The escape genre has always held an allure for audiences.  Sure, […]


by The Great White Gypsy My apologies for slacking on this the last two months, we’ve had our hands full.  April’s looking interesting, but this is filler season between the Oscars and summer blockbuster season, so we’ll see. Give ‘em Hell, Malone – Directed by Russell Mulcahy, Written by Mark Hosack Before Resident Evil: Extinction […]