Posts Tagged ‘Michael Stuhlbarg’
In trying to embrace Miles Davis's inventiveness, Don Cheadle errs on the side of fancifulness over coherence. It doesn’t degrade the power of his performance.
A brilliant bit of cinematic BS that captures the essence of a man largely by making everything up. What a magnificent fib.
I already know how the match turned out. I wanted to know more about Bobby Fischer. What made him tick? What made him paranoid? “Pawn Sacrifice” left me empty.
Great performances by Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren push "Hitchcock" beyond an amusing bauble about the great film director.
For what feels like a cynical chance to revive some flagging careers, "Men in Black 3" is a reasonably engaging bit of disposable entertainment.
"Lincoln" has captured the sweet spot between historical hagiography and fully fleshed dramatic portrait of our 16th and greatest president.
"Men in Black III" gets brownie points simply for not being "Men in Black II." A reasonably engaging bit of disposable entertainment.
One of Martin Scorsese's best films could easily become a family classic that will inspire a new generation of storytellers.
This season aired in 2010. Did HBO forget to release this Prohibition-era show? Do I blame them?
"A Serious Man" — in which the Coens sneer not at anyone, but everyone — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
A vanilla sort of suburban middle-aged angst movie couched with a lot of Jewish subtext that I frankly just don't get.
Stuhlbarg sat down with The Yap to discuss working with the Coens, his experiences in landing the job and whether this is a film about Jews, for Jews.