The Drive-In Returns with words on The Battle of Algiers, Wong Kar Wai, Steven Soderbergh, and the Coen Bros.
The Drive-In Theater returns with a look at the latest Coen Brothers feature, Hail, Caesar!
Abe Beame can scarcely contain his glee The Ladykillers, an in name alone remake of an Ealing studio comedy from the 50s, is often derided as the low point in the Coen Brother’s early-aught lull for good reason. It’s a Southern slapstick, leaning on a Tom Hanks huckster caricature and poo jokes to tackle the […]
Abe Beame is never over the line, dude. “But now I was haunted by a vision of… He was horrible. The lone biker of apocalypse. A man with all the powers of Hell at his command. He could turn the day into night and lay to waste everything in his path. He was especially hard […]
Much like the Grammy’s, the Academy’s selection process is questionable. Though it may seem that more often than not The Oscars do a good job of picking the cream of the crop, there are any number of outstanding films in a given year that will undoubtedly be left behind. So a few of us have […]