Call for Music Writers... Rock, Indie, Hip-hop, R&B, Electronic, Americana, Metal, World and More

 
Bookmark and Share
Text:AAA
Wednesday, Jun 10, 2009

After that lame-brained publicity stunt with Eminem at the MTV Movie Awards, Sacha Baron Cohen has a lot to make up for. Thankfully, these Bruno clips look like a step in the right direction. Will the movie be as funny and offensive as it so desperately wants to be? The jury is out…



Bookmark and Share
Text:AAA
Tuesday, Jun 9, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

It Might Get Loud
Director: Davis Guggenheim
Cast: Jimmy Page, The Edge, Jack White
Opening: 14 August 2009
Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics


 


Plot summary: Rarely can a film penetrate the glamorous surface of rock legends. It Might Get Loud tells the personal stories, in their own words, of three generations of electric guitar virtuosos -– The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), and Jack White (The White Stripes). It reveals how each developed his unique sound and style of playing favorite instruments, guitars both found and invented. Concentrating on the artist’s musical rebellion, traveling with him to influential locations, provoking rare discussion as to how and why he writes and plays, this film lets you witness intimate moments and hear new music from each artist. The movie revolves around a day when Jimmy Page, Jack White, and the Edge first met and sat down together to share their stories, teach and play.
[Sony Pictures Classics]





Bookmark and Share
Text:AAA
Wednesday, Jun 3, 2009

When Oprah and Tyler Perry get together, you know it has to be important. This film received at standing ovation at Cannes and there is already deafening Oscar buzz for star Mo’Nique. Yes, from Charm School. Also, look out for the triumphant return of… Mariah Carey. One of the most hotly anticipated films of the year!



Bookmark and Share
Text:AAA
Wednesday, Jun 3, 2009

This sequel looks to be every bit as gross and vapid as the first Twilight film, with wooden performances and lots of special effects abounding. Isn’t Dakota Fanning supposed to be in this?



Bookmark and Share
Text:AAA
Tuesday, Jun 2, 2009

Hungarian auteur Bela Tarr’s newest mysterious feature features an outrageously crisp black and white visual style and the dynamic Tilda Swinton. The film is brought directly to your cable box by IFC, via OnDemand and IFC Festival Direct.



Now on PopMatters
PM Picks
Announcements

© 1999-2015 PopMatters.com. All rights reserved.
PopMatters.com™ and PopMatters™ are trademarks
of PopMatters Media, Inc.

PopMatters is wholly independently owned and operated.