Sunday Jul 20
Best and worst expat movies of all time
Cigarettes, nitroglycerine, sweaty vests, certain death. Expat packages don't come better than in 1953's "The Wages of Fear."
Career Prospectus: James Marsden
I jokingly proposed doing a prospectus on James Marsden a few weeks ago, but then thought, No but seriously-what happened to James Marsden? So I'm answering my own question with this prospectus, because Marsden is a guy-talented, likeable, good-looking-who ought to have a stand-out career, but he's been spinning his wheels for over a decade as a ... (more)
Cold in July review: A film for anyone who enjoys intelligent and challenging cinema
If you were to take Cape Fear, Blood Simple and TV drama Ture Detective, stir in catfish and polk salad, you'd spoon-up something like this excellent thriller If you were to take Cape Fear, Blood Simple and TV drama True Detective , stir in catfish and polk salad, you'd spoon-up something like this.