THE DISASTER ARTIST

There's sort of an ironic romanticism behind failure. No story would be interesting if there wasn't some sort of struggle involved. Why is failure so fascinating? In the past week, the Museum of Failure opened in Los Angeles. It's an epic display of unsuccessful innovations from major companies such as Apple, Google, and Kodak among…

LADY BIRD

It seemed pretty coincidental that I finally watched Frances Ha just a few days before I went to see today's film Lady Bird- Greta Gerwig's solo directorial debut. Both stories are inspired by Greta's real life, but Lady Bird serves as a more semi-autobiographical film. The film was highly anticipated, with strong debuts at Telluride and Toronto-…

Film Discovery: FRANCES HA (2012)

On a slow night, I found myself browsing for a movie to watch. I have such a short attention span, that I have barely made it through any of the long list of movies in my streaming queue. After watching Noah Baumbach's Greenberg some time ago, I've had Frances Ha on my to-watch list for…

REDUX

Hello, it’s me again. I know it’s been a bit. Once again, I’ve found myself trying to escape from a writer’s desert, still viewing movies, but not able to convey my emotions on my keyboard. For a little bit at least, I have escaped that desert. Over the past couple of weeks, I have been…

NOVITIATE

Every now and then you see a movie that sticks with you long after you watch it. Recently, I had seen such a film. I planned on seeing Novitiate during Sundance back in January- but I didn’t realize that I had bought a ticket for a venue in Salt Lake City. I was unable to…