What’s playing, where it’s playing and what we thought of it
Sowing the seeds of pot
“In the 21st century, power is easier to get, harder to use—and easier to lose,” Moisés Naím writes in his book The End of Power.
It becomes clear that the excitement in her voice is more of a desperation, a demand that the forces of the universe correct their flaws.
A terrific documentary about a delightful, elderly concert pianist.
Today in the Rec-Room: Yelawolf goes John Cougar Mellencamp; Action Bronson and Earl Sweatshirt put on their warlord leather; and Rihanna kindly asks us for payment.
If your film’s likely to be remembered as a metaphorical train wreck, it’s probably not the greatest idea to start your film off with a literal train wreck.
The film works hard to avoid glamorizing dropping everything and flying halfway across the world in pursuit of happiness.
The film has few jokes that are not based around race, sexual assault, or homophobia.
Follow the LIGHT.