“They say, ‘You don’t love America, man; you hate it so much.’ I’m like, ‘Au contraire, player; I love America so much I loved it even before it was called America!”
Under the right direction, Steinmark’s story has all the right elements for a great film.
Spielberg does an excellent job of not overloading the film with too much schmaltz. He is assisted by fluid camerawork by cinematographer Janusz Kaminski and a score by Thomas Newman.
Thursday’s showing will be preceded by an introduction from director John Carpenter, said Kymberli Frueh, Fathom’s vice president of programming.
I hate scary movies, but I loved Guillermo del Toro’s new gothic masterpiece Crimson Peak.
Starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Inception) as renowned French high-wire artist Philippe Petit, the movie tells the story of one man’s journey to be the first person to walk “the void” between the World Trade Center’s twin towers in 1974.
Admittedly, Sicario is for everyone — it is not glossy or filled with special effects, but it is a must-see.
The event, Oct. 30 at OKC Farmers Public Market, 311 S. Klein Ave., showcases works from around the world that run 10 minutes or less.
Red Dirt International Film Festival seeks to bolster the state’s connection to cinema by presenting Oklahoma-made shorts and feature-length productions alongside international ones.
Gray even found a way to sneak in a few Friday references.