Tag Archive | Richard Linklater
Review by-Jarrett Leahy Boyhood is the moving story of growing up as told from the perspective of Mason Evans, Jr., an absorbing young boy extraordinarily brought to the screen by the heralded newcomer Ellar Coltrane. As Mason matures and experiences life’s little joys and difficulties, we literally get to witness this boy and his older […]
Top 6 Lists-Director Richard Linklater
List by-Jarrett Leahy In honor of his newest celebrated film Boyhood, my most anticipated movie of 2014, this week’s Top 6 List is dedicated to the gifted and diverse efforts of director/auteur Richard Linklater. Though like most filmmakers, Linklater has had a dud or two (I’m looking at you Fast Food Nation), overall his resume […]
Movie Hall of Fame-CLASS OF 2014!!
List by-Jarrett Leahy Of all the sections I’ve created for this site, my Movie Hall of Fame is without a doubt the one I am most excited about. Like every film fan, I have certain films that stand head and shoulders above the rest, the films in my personal “private collection” that I revisit more […]
2013 Top 10 Films
The wonderful (and frustrating) thing about Top 10 lists is how taste specific they are to each person creating them. They are a way of telling other movie fans these are the films that best represent the previous year in movies for me. The films that touched me the most, left me in awe, and […]