Posts Tagged ‘Steve Zahn’
The story of a rebel who learns the limits of rebellion, "Captain Fantastic" features a fine ensemble of six children and their dad.
For my money the best animated film of 2015, which richly deserves a second chance on video.
Though it isn't at the top of the Disney/Pixar animation pyramid, "The Good Dinosaur" is a heartfelt and endearing tale of finding family and making your mark.
Do you like Steven Soderbergh? Are you a fan of George Clooney? Austin kills two birds with one stone and tells you if "Out of Sight" is worth a must-see, or one to leave on the shelf.
Formless and fuzzy, "Reality Bites" is a film whose legacy as an encapsulation of an ethos and an era has little to do with the film itself.
Matthew McConaughey transforms his body and his career with this game-changing turn as an AIDS drug crusader.
With a command performance as a homophobe who saved the lives of many LGBT people with AIDS, Matthew McConaughey rules "Dallas Buyers Club."
One of my favorite shows on the air has another season full of joy toward the culture of New Orleans and impressive storytelling skills.
David Simon's new show about post-Katrina New Orleans has a different spirit, but uses the best elements from "The Wire."
"Strange Wilderness" — the worst pop-culture excretion pushed out between 2000 and 2009 — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 52 worst films of 2000-2009.
"Rescue Dawn" — an engrossing, but untraditionally somber, POW-escape film — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
"National Security" — a repugnant comedy meant to mine laughs from misogyny and racism — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 52 worst films of 2000-2009.
A snappy little whodunit with a fun mid-film twist, "A Perfect Getaway" proves to be just that in what has proven to be one of the worst summer movie seasons ever.