As a director, he continues to grow. He style has stayed basically the same, yet he still finds new ways to incorporate inventive ideas and
As a director, he continues to grow. His style has stayed basically the same, yet he still finds new ways to incorporate inventive ideas and
My, oh my, do the studios really hate piracy. Actually, that’s far too subtle a sentiment. They loathe the illegal activity, despising it with
For the weekend beginning 28 March, here are the films in focus: Stop-Loss [rating: 5]...more of an artillery based Abercrombie and Fitch road trip than a
The War in Iraq remains a tricky cinematic situation. Over the last few months, there’s been a myriad of motion pictures that have decided
For an entire generation, the death of John Lennon resonates more clearly than the assassination of President Kennedy or the suicide of Kurt Cobain. As
Marriage might just be the perfect cinematic allegory. You can infer so many differing metaphoric elements in the dissection of why men and women marry
Romantic comedies are, by their very nature, saddled with two completely different sets of motion picture hurdles. First, the story needs to be quixotic, dealing
On our final day of Spring Break, SE&L looks back at an August 2007 essay on how Internet PR is failing to capitalize on the built-in fanbase frenzy of the web.
With Grindhouse premiering on the Starz Movie channel this month, it’s time for SE&L‘s Spring Break to revisit a April 2007 look at the film’s box office failure.