Tag Archives: Matthew McConaughey

Review: ‘Wild’

Review: ‘Wild’

Directed by Jean-Marc Vallee Starring Reese Witherspoon,Thomas Sadoski & Laura Dern The first sound you hear in Wild is a heavy panting. It’s the kind that suggests the woman, Cheryl Strayed, who soon appears to us in the middle of hiking 1,100 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, is engaged in something other than hiking. This

Film Society’s 2014 FREE TALKS Launches With Steve Coogan & Stephen Frears

The initial lineup for the return of the popular FREE Film Society Talks series kicking off tomorrow, Tuesday, February 11, with Philomena’s Stephen Frears and Steve Coogan. The upcoming events will include a combination of panels, clips, trailers and extended conversations, with questions also taken from the audience.  Free tickets will be distributed at the Elinor

2013 Sundance Film Festival – 10 Films to Watch

Starting tomorrow, Park City will once again be the center of the filmmaking universe for 10 days of quality documentaries, transmedia projects, short films and features from some of the world’s most talented filmmakers, writers and visual creators.  Born out of the independent spirit we embrace as vital in film’s artistic evolution and not a

Review: Killer Joe

KILLER JOE Directed by William Friedkin Written by Tracy Letts (based on his play) Starring Matthew McConaughey, Emile Hirsch, Gina Gershon, Thomas Haden Church & Juno Temple Playing in NYC @ Landmark Sunshine, AMC Empire 25 & AMC Lincoln Square There can be little discussion when conjuring new representations of contemporary cinematic depravity; as concept