Tag Archive: ethan hawke

Scattered Frames: The Contenders – Part III

    Hi everybody! Oscar week is here and I’m still trying to catch up with all the nominees in the major categories. Seeing as I still haven’t watched Selma, American Sniper and… Continue reading

A few (late) musings on the 2014 Oscar nominees

Today I woke up extra early to catch the super exciting nominations announcement. I cheered, I gasped and I scratched my head at some of the names uttered by Chris Hemsworth and Academy… Continue reading

DVD Court: Red 2 + jOBS + Getaway

Hello, dear followers! It’s time for another edition of DVD Court! This week we put the spotlight on a star-studded action/comedy sequel, a biopic and the random pairing of Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez.… Continue reading

Analyzing De Niro: Great Expectations [1998]

Hey guys and gals, let me redirect you to Mark Walker and Tyson Carter‘s joint site about all things De Niro, You Talkin’ To Me?, where my review of Great Expectations went up earlier… Continue reading

DVD Court: The Conjuring + The Internship + The Way, Way Back + Before Midnight

Hello, dear followers! It’s time for another edition of DVD Court! This week we put the spotlight on a great summer horror, the return of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson to the big screen,… Continue reading

DVD Court: The Hangover Part III + The Purge + After Earth

Hello, dear followers! It’s time for another edition of DVD Court! This week we put the spotlight on a terrible sequel that still manages to be better than its predecessor, a high-concept thriller and… Continue reading

Unreviewable Films: Before Midnight [2013]

(Spoilers ahead) I’d hate to come off as insane. After all, I don’t know Jesse and Céline (nor do they exist), but with Sunrise and Sunset, I grew to love them and care… Continue reading

Flash Review: Before Sunset [2004]

Despite a rough, awkward start, and the fact that there’s even less of a plot now, Before Sunset is a success because the conversations between Jesse and Céline are even more fascinating. Significantly… Continue reading

Flash Review: Before Sunrise [1995]

An impossibly charming, intelectually and philosophically stimulating romance set in Vienna. The writing by Richard Linklater and Kim Krizan is genius and crackles with wit. The organic performances by Ethan Hawke and Julie… Continue reading