Posts Tagged: Ethan Hawke

Movie Review: “Blaze” Strolls Through Your Heart and Mind Like a Legendary Raconteur

Blaze has the look of a Coen brother’s film, the philosophical bent of a Richard Linklater film, the soul of American roots music and a pumping heart from writer, director Ethan Hawke. His obvious love, empathy, and respect for the movie’s

Movie Review: “Blaze” Strolls Through Your Heart and Mind Like a Legendary Raconteur

Blaze has the look of a Coen brother’s film, the philosophical bent of a Richard Linklater film, the soul of American roots music and a pumping heart from writer, director Ethan Hawke. His obvious love, empathy, and respect for the movie’s

“Blaze Movie” Introduces Itself to Houston with a Hootenanny of a Good Time

Rockefeller’s on Washington was transformed on Sunday to the world of Blaze Foley, Broken Spoke mural, tequila sunrise’s to drink and all. Ethan Hawke, the film’s writer, director, and producer came swinging through town to introduce his new movie to

“Blaze Movie” Introduces Itself to Houston with a Hootenanny of a Good Time

Rockefeller’s on Washington was transformed on Sunday to the world of Blaze Foley, Broken Spoke mural, tequila sunrise’s to drink and all. Ethan Hawke, the film’s writer, director, and producer came swinging through town to introduce his new movie to

“Maudie” is a Quiet Film with an Honest Portrayl of Bittersweet Love

Maud Lewis was a quiet housemaid in Nova Scotia whose simple folk art paintings brought her gradual fame in the 1960’s. Hers is not a story of a passionate artist who fights her way to glory, or a painter whose work is discovered

“Maudie” is a Quiet Film with an Honest Portrayl of Bittersweet Love

Maud Lewis was a quiet housemaid in Nova Scotia whose simple folk art paintings brought her gradual fame in the 1960’s. Hers is not a story of a passionate artist who fights her way to glory, or a painter whose work is discovered

Maggie’s Plan is Forgettable, Muddled and Unsatisfying

Maggie (Greta Gerwig) wants to have a baby so badly, that she’s ready to be artificially inseminated to do so. This odd bird, who dresses like a WWII school girl, has just inseminated herself when, alas- the doorbell rings! Who

Maggie’s Plan is Forgettable, Muddled and Unsatisfying

Maggie (Greta Gerwig) wants to have a baby so badly, that she’s ready to be artificially inseminated to do so. This odd bird, who dresses like a WWII school girl, has just inseminated herself when, alas- the doorbell rings! Who

Ethan Hawke at the Top of His Game in the Genre Busting Film PREDESTINATION

Predestination is an anomaly from any genre that you may try to place it in. Sci-Fi? Sure. It’s about time-travel, but it’s just as much about law enforcement. Cop drama? Yes, but it’s also about the life of a hermaphrodite.

Ethan Hawke at the Top of His Game in the Genre Busting Film PREDESTINATION

Predestination is an anomaly from any genre that you may try to place it in. Sci-Fi? Sure. It’s about time-travel, but it’s just as much about law enforcement. Cop drama? Yes, but it’s also about the life of a hermaphrodite.

Thoughts on why Before Midnight was disappointing *SPOILERS*

The first two films in the “Before” series: Before Sunrise and Before Sunset served as a kind of fantasy romance for intellectuals. They were less about sexuality than about intellectually stimulating conversation. They were about the possibility of two people

Thoughts on why Before Midnight was disappointing *SPOILERS*

The first two films in the “Before” series: Before Sunrise and Before Sunset served as a kind of fantasy romance for intellectuals. They were less about sexuality than about intellectually stimulating conversation. They were about the possibility of two people

This is an incredible week for Entertainment! The release of Before Midnight (which received an A review), new episode of the beloved TV show Arrested Development and a new release by singer/songwriter Laura Marling. Thanks Entertainment Weekley!

This is an incredible week for Entertainment! The release of Before Midnight (which received an A review), new episode of the beloved TV show Arrested Development and a new release by singer/songwriter Laura Marling. Thanks Entertainment Weekley!