“What do we have to hold on to? Only the certainty that nothing will go according to design; our hopes are newly built wooden houses, sturdy until someone drops a cigarette or match.” Rilke considered
When Robert Pattinson signed on to play the antagonistic Dauphin of France in Netflix’s medieval epic “The King,” he knew it was a juicy role that would give him the pleasure of taunting Timothée Chalamet.
Like a “Saturday Night Live” sketch that doesn’t know when to dial back the weird, “Greener Grass” can be painful to watch. A deadpan take on suburban hell — I hesitate to call it a comedy, black or otherwise
Paul Feig has a tendency to make films that are difficult to talk about until you have seen them. The trailers for Spy, The Heat and A Simple Favour, for example, paint pictures quite different from the