Sunday, January 1 1995
'' is populated with characters who don't get much play in mainstream movies -- the homeless, a crazy man, sexualized middle-aged characters, interracial sex, a black woman with a gun, gay men, and an upscale art scene, all in a film that's considerably bigger than your first one. Was it difficult to put all these elements together.
I think it’s healthy to find it weird Jason Isaacs has a kind of energy that you don’t see every day. He’s
Michael Clarke Duncan is happy. He's happy to be starring in with Tom Hanks, to be sitting in a nice hotel room wearing white socks and designer jeans and no shoes. He's especially happy with his role in the film...
I like it when a character is irrational, when a character does contradictory things. I feel like it wakes you up, because you're trying to connect the dots.
Stuff has to happen Tony Goldwyn may be best known as the dastardly villain in 1990’s blockbuster weepie, Ghost, or the voice of Disney’s
Michael Almereyda (2000)writer-director of Hamlet Alejandro Amenabar (2001)director of The Others Paul Thomas Anderson (1999)director of Magnolia Carlos Avila, Jon Seda, and Jimmy Smits (2000)director
'A movie is about going to other worlds. A movie creates a universe, a parallel of this world with its own laws and that you can jump into,' say the director of the Torino Film Festival.
At first glance, Karyn Kusama's looks like a pretty regular festival 'darling' picture: it's the writer-director's debut feature, it's about a young Latina in the projects who overcomes her unhappy home situation to succeed in an unusual and topical arena (boxing), and finds true love to boot.
“I took the training wheels off” John Singleton is eating sushi when I walk into the Sony office suite where he and his entourage are
Politics and Porn Whether you think he has “sold out” and gone “mainstream” in the latter part of his career, or whether you think he
Why should 'Jackass' be reviewed? I've never been that comfortable being what you'd call a film reviewer.
Ryan Phillippe has the new Wyclef CD on the coffee table in his hotel room. He likes the album, especially the Mary J. Blige track, but thinks the Kenny Rogers is a little silly.
Sean Patrick Thomas is one of the more genuinely polite people I've met. He stands up to shake my hand when I arrive and leave. He acts as if he actually wants to be here, in this hotel lobby two days after Christmas, talking about his job.
Former Chicago cop Dennis Farina still lives on the Windy City's North Side, because, he says, there's no other place like it. It's clear, though, from his relaxed posture in a sitting room at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons, that he also doesn't mind traveling.
“I’m a big fan of all those guys and I never turn down the opportunity to work with great talent.” Spike Lee is very
Atom Egoyan speaks softly and carefully, in complex sentences. Unexpectedly, this makes our interview difficult, because we’re stuck with a phone line that cuts
I came into films initially on this platform to challenge the representation of women and people of color in the media.
'What kind of society are we living in when the best opportunity for a young person is to take a job that might cost the life of himself or of another?'