Faces, Chases, And Lovers

In 1968, John Cassavetes made a film called Faces, which would become a seminal film in his oeuvre as well as a game changer for the post ‘Hay’s Code‘ film world. Faces was a film about a middle-aged couple, played by John Marley and Lynn Carlin, who are both having affairs with younger counterparts as…

Ja Rule and one Illusory, Righteously, Terrible Trend in Cinema

Every week I check the local listings at my neighborhood theaters to see what’s on that I haven’t heard of. Every week, there’s a few movies that catch my attention – a Bollywood hit, rerun of a classic, or I might perk up an ear for a movie like Sleight, which stayed under the radar…

The Beastly Problem that is Censorship in Cinema

We’re coming into the full swing of spring and if you didn’t know any better, you might think it was the beginning of the summer movie season considering the straight month of new, big-budget releases that March has coming. The good news is that it has a little bit of something for everyone. Want a…