Posts Tagged ‘John Hawkes’
A technically magnificent, frighteningly immersive and solidly acted drama about the irresistible force of commerce meeting Mother Nature's immovable object.
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.
Vera Farmiga picks a difficult but satisfying tale about religious isolation as her directorial debut.
Since all of the other cool kids were doing it, Austin also made a Top Ten list.
Nick Rogers takes a look back at his picks for the 25 best — and 10 worst — films of 2010.
This sharp, authentic drama from writer/director Debra Granik gets a first-rate video release.