Now You See Me
Directed by Louis Leterrier, 2013
John: There are three types of movies. 1) Thought-provoking ones that often end in an unexpected way to throw the meaning and significance of the theme on the shoulders of the viewer. Think Ingmar Bergman…Felini.
Spanky: We wouldn’t waste our time on these, right John? Continue reading
Solitary Man—Brian Koppelman, David Levien, directors, 2009
- Where’s Rodney Dangerfield when you need him?
Spanky: an annoying script of phony scenarios about an over-the-hill braggart. Why would anybody care, much less pay the price of admission? Looking around the theater audience, John was the only over-sixties, straight guy, and even he spent most of the time in the lobby haggling over the price of buttered pop corn. Continue reading
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Tagged Brian Koppelman, Danly DeVito, David Levien, Jesse Eisenberg, Mary-Louise Parker, Michael Douglas, Solitary Man, Susan Sarandon