Posts Tagged ‘jamie foxx’

by The Great White Gypsy A Serious Man – Written and Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen Set in 1967, this black comedy follows a Jewish professor as he attempts to stop his life from unraveling after his wife announces she wants a divorce. It would appear that the Coen dynasty is back in full […]


by The Great White Gypsy People who could’ve directed The Soloist better than Joe Wright: Ron Howard Any 2nd year NYU film student A French tourist with a camcorder A retarded monkey The Soloist is the story of Steve Lopez, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times who is struggling for new material.  After a […]


 by The Great White Gypsy 1.  M. Night Shayamalan The Sixth Sense was freaking awesome, with an eerie atmosphere, and one of the best plot twists up to that point.  Everything M. Night has done since then has sucked balls.  Unbreakable was the worst superhero film ever (“They call me Mr. Glass.” Are you fucking […]


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 […]


Atonement   This sophomore effort by Joe Wright is a directorial paint-by-numbers designed specifically to get an Oscar.  It is rigid, mechanical, and devoid of the emotions it is supposed to arouse.  The score, costume design, and cinematography are all solid, but not extraordinary.  The screenplay lacks the substance to make you believe James McAvoy […]