Ed Rampell: After half a century Godard’s lovingly restored Sci Fi Classic Alphaville returns to the big screen.
THE GALAPAGOS AFFAIR, SATAN CAME TO EDEN Film Review his documentary is “Exhibit A” for proving that old maxim: “Truth is stranger than fiction.” The atavistic impulse to “get away from it all” and leave the proverbial rat race and “return to nature” has been a theme in literature and other arts since Robinson Crusoe […]
Ed Rampell: While Cesar’s reputation may not be unscathed, he still emerges as a noble working class hero who, in his heyday, bettered the lives of multitudes of the least of these among us, alleviating the conditions of the wretched of the Earth.
Ed Rampell: Alas, too many movies and appearances, too little time. To paraphrase Hamlet, “There are more films in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your filmography.” For the buff, attending 2014’s TCM Classic Film Festival was nothing short of entering the motion pictures’ pearly gates.
Irene Monroe: Since Noah is driven by God’s wrath to rid the world of wickedness, I pondered, perhaps Aronofsky is also making a statement with an all-white cast.