“Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” seems to me like the type of movie that fans of director Martin Scorsese appreciate more than they enjoy, and
This semi-sequel to 1995’s “Smoke” follows the general, episodic blueprint of its predecessor, but with an added focus on comedy, all of which is improvised
Ostensibly, this slice-of-life comedy-drama is about Harvey Keitel’s Auggie Wren and the many customers that go in and out of his Brooklyn smoke shop, with
Don’t be fooled by the cutesy, whimsical advertising campaign for this comedy-drama: While there are several scenes that are cutesy and airy (most of them
Where to start with Abel Ferrara’s “Dangerous Game”? Is it an indictment of the movie industry, or is it an accidentally revealing glimpse of it?