Archive for 'Films/Theater'

Kevin Costner Screens ‘Black or White’ at 92Y

Kevin Costner Screens ‘Black or White’ at 92Y

In anticipation of the release of 'Black or White,' Columbia University film professor Annette Insdorf welcomed Kevin Costner to the Upper East Side's 92Y on Thursday evening as part of the "Reel Pieces" series. [...]

There’s No ‘Wild Card’ When it Comes to Jason Statham

There’s No ‘Wild Card’ When it Comes to Jason Statham

Out today in limited release is "Wild Card" (R) featuring the British-accented heartthrob Jason Statham cast as a bodyguard who's one part 'world's most dangerous man' and one part gambling degenerate. [...]

No Sign of the Good Guys in ‘Take Care’

No Sign of the Good Guys in ‘Take Care’

The little known cast that surrounds actress Leslie Bibb in her first leading role actually lifts the 93 minutes of "Take Care" (NR) beyond the shackles of the film's hard-to-believe premise. [...]

Carrell, Tatum, Ruffalo Deliver with “Foxcatcher”

Carrell, Tatum, Ruffalo Deliver with “Foxcatcher”

"Foxcatcher" is very often uncomfortable and undeniably strange, but the performances of its three lead actors lift an otherwise slowly moving film to awards-worthy buzz based on their collective believability amid a pervasively puzzling setting. [...]

WWE’s Kane, Glenn Jacobs Talks ‘See No Evil 2,’ Wrestling & NYC

WWE’s Kane, Glenn Jacobs Talks ‘See No Evil 2,’ Wrestling & NYC

LocalBozo.com sat down with WWE Superstar Glenn "Kane" Jacobs for an exclusive interview. We talk twenty years in the WWE, filming his new movie "See No Evil 2," working in New York City, the challenges [...]

Excellent Ensemble Cast Proves That ‘Love is Strange’

Excellent Ensemble Cast Proves That ‘Love is Strange’

"Love is Strange" (R) is a touching and sometimes funny effort that evokes emotional elements from situations that we've become accustomed to seeing and yet meanwhile, creating such a film even a full decade ago- at [...]

James Franco’s Shocking “Child of God”

James Franco’s Shocking “Child of God”

Despite the eye popping scenes which feature actual defecation and startling acts of necrophilia, there does appear to be a certain level of profound introspection that you take from James Franco's "Child of God"- especially if [...]

Braff’s ‘Wish I Was Here’ a Moving Look at Family Life

Braff’s ‘Wish I Was Here’ a Moving Look at Family Life

The long awaited follow up to the critically acclaimed "Garden State," which Braff also directed, finally comes to light with "Wish I Was Here" (R), a sometimes emotional and sometimes funny dramedy about the crossroads [...]

The Uncomfortable and Compelling ‘Palo Alto’

The Uncomfortable and Compelling ‘Palo Alto’

"Palo Alto" may feature the name James Franco on the marquee, but in reality his role is more in the background, overshadowed by far more disturbing facets which come to light. It's Emma Roberts and [...]

The Real ‘Walk of Shame’ Is to the Theater

The Real ‘Walk of Shame’ Is to the Theater

The concept is funny. Elizabeth Banks is funny. Then why did 'Walk of Shame' fall so damn flat? Not even the good looks of James Marsden could save this one. And it's [...]