Posts Tagged ‘John Hawkes’
Two heartfelt, exquisitely acted dramas, "The Sessions" and "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" were virtually shunned by the Oscars.
"Lincoln" has captured the sweet spot between historical hagiography and fully fleshed dramatic portrait of our 16th and greatest president.
A masterwork of acting and filmmaking, "The Sessions" is about sex and shows a lot of sex but isn't sex-obsessed.
First-time filmmaker Olivia Silver talks about directing John Hawkes and some promising young actors in "Arcadia," an evocative coming-of-age road-trip story.
This coming-of-age story about a 12-year-old girl showcases the acting talents of Ryan Simpkins, and the storytelling acumen of writer/director Olivia Silver.
The mysterious title is just a tease to a richer world full of dreamlike paranoia and reasons why I'm afraid of John Hawkes.
Beautifully disturbing, "Martha Marcy May Marlene" is a movie you can only see once. But you should see it.