Review: “Rosaline” breathes new life into a tired story 

The story of Romeo and Juliet has been told and retold, adapted, modernized, reversed, gender-bent, Gnomified, and otherwise produced ad nauseam for over four centuries with varying degrees of quality, originality, and artistic value. Now along comes Rosaline, a new take on the story that not only introduces new characters but also subverts expectations regarding … Continue reading Review: “Rosaline” breathes new life into a tired story 

Review: ‘The Front Runner’ Doesn’t Pick a Side…But That’s a Bad Thing

There are a lot of reasons why Jason Reitman remains one of the most interesting directors working today. He's a younger male director fascinated with providing women with vehicles to stretch their abilities. From Tully, Young Adult, and his masterpiece Juno are undeniably weird movies that would have been tough for any other filmmaker to bring to life. In … Continue reading Review: ‘The Front Runner’ Doesn’t Pick a Side…But That’s a Bad Thing