Friday Aug 8
Scorsese's Digitally Restored The Age of Innocence This Weekend at Belcourt
The antiheroes of Martin Scorsese's movies often inhabit a world where everybody else but them seems to belong.
Lead Film Roles That Could Have Looked Very Different
With Robert Downey Jr fitting so perfectly as likeable irritant Tony Stark, Christian Bale slipping so easily into the tortured billionaire psyche of Bruce Wayne and Daniel Day-Lewis transforming himself into the epitome of Abraham Lincoln, it's hard to believe that for all of the above roles, there were some serious previous contenders.
Life rarely follows a script. That's what Carmichael resident Elizabeth Galindo learned.
'There Will Be Blood'
I hated this movie when I first saw it. The mannered acting , the disorienting soundtrack, the scorching cinematography, and the big, big story about one of the crazy men who built this country into the mess it is now , all of this had only one thing to say to me: The director, Paul Thomas Anderson, had way too much confidence in his own talent.
Entrepeneurs Must Skillfully Perform on Two Stages, Not Forfeiting Home for Company
Sometimes successful entrepreneurs must be skillful actors. But when they pull a Daniel Day-Lewis and start playing a role off the set, trouble almost inevitably follows.