I’ve not watched Boyhood and in fact I’ve not watched many films concerning youth and masculinity lately–mostly because of my teaching schedule […]
Margaret Atwood’s classic novel appears to have a well produced series adaptation coming to the internet. I was disappointed with […]
Fascinating documentary covering a church serving homeless and jobless men in North Dakota. I was struck by the struggle between pastor […]
Teaching a film as lit class this term and spending some time this week closely studying Joel and Ethan Coen’s […]
This film is from 2009 and from director Bobcat Goldthwait. I missed it because of a limited release. I most […]
Fascinating documentary about Sam Shepard’s forty year letter writing correspondence with friend Johnny Dark. Shepard stands as one my favorite […]
The film Enemy based on Jose Saramago’s novel The Double was a nicely surreal and non-linear film I admired quite […]
Just heard of this film adaptation from Lois Lowry’s novel. Looks well done.
Big Sur may be my least favorite Jack Kerouac novel. While On the Road and The Subterraneans captured youth and restlessness, […]
I’ve been waiting for this trailer for a while. I always give out some of chávez’ writings in my comp […]
Went to the movies last week. I should’ve been grading or obsessing over the part time instructor evaluations I was […]
My friend and mentor Will Hochman answers some questions and gives his opinion on the new Salinger documentary.
Back to teaching and had time to watch a quick movie this long Labor Day weekend. The Butler was more […]
Looks fascinating. Salinger documentary now has a trailer. Here’s the link: http://movies.yahoo.com/video/salinger-trailer-1-192014811.html