Tag Archive: scarlett johansson

Scattered Frames: The Maize Runner

I’m back, you guys! In case you hadn’t noticed, I hadn’t produced any new content in a long while. Lately I have not been as committed to celluloid as I’ve been to my… Continue reading

Woody Allen: A Documentary [2012]

It wasn’t intentional, and I swear I’m not copying Alexander either, but this week has been pretty Allen-centric here at Committed to Celluloid! First, it was my turn to run in the 10… Continue reading

Random Vignettes: Chef(ail)

You guys, the Mexican poster for Jon Favreau’s Chef is horrid. In a world with so many gifted graphic designers, it baffles me that such an atrocity exists. They could’ve gone with one… Continue reading

Captain America: The Winter Soldier [2014]

Directed by: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo (post-credit scene directed by Joss Whedon) Written by: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely; concept and story by Ed Brubaker; based on the comic book by Joe Simon and… Continue reading

Introducing: Scattered Frames

Hi everybody! In light of my busy schedule, and with the hope of achieving not only my goal of seeing as many 2013 movies as I can before the Oscars but also my… Continue reading

Coming Attractions: Don Jon

We’ve known Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the actor, since his long-haired, is-that-a-girl-or-a-boy days in 3rd Rock From the Sun, and have watched him tackle interesting roles in some of the best films of the last decade:… Continue reading

Hitchcock: Behind every great man, there’s a great woman

Directed by: Sacha Gervasi Written by: John J. McLaughlin; based on Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho by Stephen Rebello Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, Toni Collette, Danny Huston, Jessica Biel, James… Continue reading