Oct 19, 2012
New reviews and notable screenings in this week's issue
by J.R. Jones
Film, Chicago International Film Festival, Alex Cross, Tyler Perry, James Patterson, Easy Money, The Eight-Diagram Pole Fighter, Shaw Brothers Studio, For Ellen, Paul Dano, Middle of Nowhere, Mourning movie, Sinister movie, Ethan Hawke, Smashed movie, War of the Buttons, You've Been Trumped, Donald Trump, Aberdeenshire, Hayao Miyazaki, Castle in the Sky (1986), University of Chicago Doc Films, Claude Sautet, Classe Tous Risques, Sam Raimi, Drag Me to Hell, Wes Craven, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Logan Theater Chicago, William Wellman, Night Nurse, Music Box, Jacques Tourneur, Nightfall movie, Gene Siskel Film Center, Fred Camper, Edgar Wright, Shaun of the Dead, Vic Theatre Chicago, Steve McQueen, Hunger movie, Shame movie, Art Institute of Chicago Rubloff Auditorium, Don Mullan, Bloody Sunday, Paul Greengrass, DePaul University Daley Building, Terror in the Aisles, The Massacre, Portage Theater Chicago, film festivals, movies, Video
May 29, 2009
The new Pixar animation opens today. Also in this week's issue, Sam Raimi's "Drag Me to Hell," the Oscar-winning "Departures," and a Jonathan Rosenbaum review of the Noel Coward adaptation "Easy Virtue."
by J.R. Jones
Film, Movies, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Gene Siskel Film Center, Facets Cinematheque, North Avenue Beach, Andrea Gronvall, Ed M. Koziarski, Spider-Man, RiffRaff, Up Pixar, Up Pixar movie, Sam Raimi, Drag Me to Hell, Easy Virtue, Noel Coward, Stephan Elliott, The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Alison Lohman, Departures, Eldorado, Dillinger Is Dead, Courting Condi, Condoleezza Rice, What Goes Up, Steve Coogan, Olivia Thirlby, Hilary Duff, Video