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Prairie Miller, Movie Reviews

Prairie Miller reviews movies. Prairie is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express.

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Arts Express: Will Smith Talks Concussion
Prairie Miller has a conversation with Will Smith, David Morse and Concussion director, Peter Landesman, plus news of the Zomba Prison project and Star Wars.
17:10 Dec 23, 2015 PST
Arts Express: News Years Eve Concert For Peace
The Women Film Critics Circle is a gathering of national and international women's voices presenting a fresh and differently experienced viewpoint from the primarily white male dominated film criticism world.
13:41 Dec 22, 2015 PST
The Women Film Critics Circle Award Nominations 2015 Revealed
The Women Film Critics Circle, an association of 75 women film critics and scholars from around the country and internationally, who are involved in print, radio, online and TV broadcast media.
04:50 Dec 8, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Elizabeth Hurley Talks The Royals
Prairie Miller talks to Elizabeth Hurley about The Royals, and to Nina Paley, artist, filmmaker, animator, cartoonist and free culture copyright activist.
16:53 Nov 26, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Sam Raimi Talks Ash vs Evil Dead
Prairie Miller has a Halloween Visitation. Cult Horror Director Sam Raimi drops in, Death Of A Salesman In Yiddish and classical concert pianist Hannah Reimann
02:57 Nov 1, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Ben Vereen Talks Time Out Of Mind
Prairie Miller has a conversation with Ben Vereen, about Time Out of Mind, his movie with Richard Gere, a film about the homeless struggling to survive.
07:14 Sep 18, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Actor Djimon Hounsou Talks Eco-Thriller Air
Djimon Hounsou calls in to reflect on survival issues on and off screen, as an immigrant and actor of color, once jobless and homeless in Paris.
05:59 Aug 17, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Comfort Women Opens At St Clement's Theatre Off-Broadway
Prairie Miller has a conversation with the star of a new Off-Broadway play, Sandra Lee, herself a victim of rape in the military as a soldier in Iraq.
07:05 Jul 24, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Ryan Reynolds Talks Self/Less
Ryan Reynolds sees futuristic identity theft in sci-fi thriller Self/Less. He freaks out when involuntarily biologically engineered to share the same body with Ben Kingsley
06:19 Jul 11, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Elijah Wood Talks Set Fire To The Stars
Prairie Miller discusses the beat poets, punk rock, Elijah's journey from Frodo to hero worship, Auden, Blake, McCarthyism, and the radicalization of Thomas
18:18 Jun 22, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Kim Basinger Talks The 11th Hour
A young victimized actor phones in from LA, to speak about An Open Secret, a documentary that exposes the child casting couch rampant in Hollywood
23:34 Jun 15, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Office Politics, Valium Blues, Cannes Reflections
In the Tribeca excerpted short, illuminating snapshots of the Port Authority desolate, desperate and down and out regulars and drifters passed through the seedy, aptly named purgatory of the Times Square Terminal Bar across the decades.
18:00 Jun 6, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Dolph Lundgren Talks Skin Trade
A conversation with actor Dolph Lundgren delves into combating global sex trafficking as an action hero on screen, trading in brains for brawn as a former Fulbright Scholar
21:13 May 24, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Morgan Freeman Talks 5 Flights Up
Morgan Freeman Talks to Prairie Miller about his new movie, 5 Flights Up, with Diane Keaton. Sounds like they had a great time making it, other than the stairs.
01:48 May 11, 2015 PST
Arts Express: A Conversation With Rose Byrne for Adult Beginners
Rose sat down to talk about the Ross Katz directed bittersweet dramady, while finishing off an alfalfa burger and diving into an accompanying plate of fries.
17:38 Apr 24, 2015 PST
Tribeca Film Festival 2015: Drone Warfare Drama, Good Kill
And 'how the art world stopped thinking about inequality and learned to love the bling.'
07:24 Apr 17, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Blood Rising Over Juarez
Maguire is on the line to Arts Express to talk about his current NYC joint exhibit of paintings with his film, Blood Rising.
17:20 Apr 11, 2015 PST
Arts Express: A Conversation With 'Queen B' Gossip Girl Leighton Meester
Prairie Miller has a conversation with actress Leighton Meester about her new movie, Like Sunday, Like Rain, an other side of the tracks economic crisis.
06:19 Apr 3, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Adam Sandler Talks The Cobbler
Adam Sandler says he got a kind of identity crisis when his screen dad Dustin Hoffman may or may not have turned into him, and he talks about annoying bright lights, bad landlords, and soup
05:09 Mar 11, 2015 PST
Treading Water Movie Review: Magical Realism Keeps Kooky Tale Afloat
This is a fresh and nearly flawlessly conceived yarn. A combo earthy nymph (Zoe Kravitz) with kindred amphibious desires releases her inner mermaid at the local swimming pool.
05:27 Mar 9, 2015 PST
Take A Seat And Be Moved: The Rated 'SR' Socially Relevant Film Festival 2015
This year, the Women Film Critics Circle presents their second annual WFCC Award at the Socially Relevant Film Festival, for Best Film By Or About Women.
18:14 Mar 8, 2015 PST
Effie Gray Movie Review: Fifty Shades Of 'Gray' ?
We see a procession of movies about artists throughout history suffering for their art, rarely are there sightings of the women in their lives made to suffer too.
12:04 Feb 26, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Chris Elliott Talks The Rewrite
Chris Elliott talks to Prairie Miller about The Rewrite, nutty jobs he's had just to get by, other fellow funny guys who've inspired him, and getting stoned on Groundhog Day.
14:36 Feb 23, 2015 PST
Will Smith Talks Focus
Will was as eager to share enlightening information, as much about getting into the trickster head of his artful dodger character Nicky, as what he learned about himself.
04:30 Feb 23, 2015 PST
Focus: A Conversation with Margot Robbie
The eager apprentice to Will's rather elusive object of desire in this primarily psychological thriller, met to talk about her tendency to end up in lots of male bonding movies but loving it.
15:37 Feb 21, 2015 PST
Arts Express: On Stage Reimaginings And Revelations
Prairie Miller investigates on-stage reimaginings and revelations, with Nevermore, A vividly conceived musical fantasy, focusing on the iconic and tragic Edgar Allen Poe.
05:09 Feb 15, 2015 PST
Queen And Country Movie Review: John Boorman Probes Nation Without A Soul
The film is adapted from a period in Boorman's own life back in the 1950's, when primarily perplexed young men were begrudgingly conscripted into the army. And to not only unfathomably fight other people's battles in an essentially anti-communist Am
01:42 Feb 12, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Julianne Moore Talks Seventh Son
Julianne Moore met with Prairie Miller to talk about getting into ferocious character for Seventh Son, as scary witch Mother Malkin.
06:44 Feb 10, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Rapper Pras Talks Haiti Political Documentary At Slamdance
Rapper Pras Michel returns to his Haitian roots with his documentary premiering - Sweet Micky For President - political turmoil in Haiti.
15:48 Feb 1, 2015 PST
Arts Express: UK Director Kevin Macdonald Talks Black Sea
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller interviews UK Director Kevin Macdonald about his new movie, Black Sea on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express.
02:53 Jan 26, 2015 PST
Ned Rifle: Better Than Boyhood? Hal Hartley's More Daring And Dark Suburban Noir
The detours along this suburban noir road movie are endlessly convoluted, peppered with such richly conceived verbal literary abandon, that all is forgiven.
12:57 Jan 25, 2015 PST
Arts Express: Army Vet Turned Filmmaker Sean Mullin Talks Amira & Sam
Movie reviewer, Prairie Miller interviews Army Vet Turned Filmmaker Sean Mullin about Amira & Samon on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express
10:36 Jan 25, 2015 PST
Serena Movie Review: Jennifer Lawrence Femme Fatale Southern Gothic Selfie
Hollywood prefers to designate sheriffs here as heroic, along with feats by the Pemberton couple as saviors of the workers from dangerous working conditions.
05:26 Jan 7, 2015 PST
Best Foreign Film Oscar Race: Indian Director Geetu Mohandas Talks Liar's Dice
The Liar's Dice drama is a stunningly crafted depiction of the fate of rural mountain culture in India today, infused with the potent sensibility of what is not said.
17:26 Jan 4, 2015 PST
Roald Dahl's Esio Trot Review: Rather Ridiculously Resplendent Reptilian Romance
The elder lovebirds don't by the end make a grim transition into the usual end of life disease of the week melodrama. But there is an ensuing love triangle.
04:57 Jan 2, 2015 PST
The James Agee Cinema Cinema Circle Awards: The Anti-Oscars 2014
Prairie Miller says the James Agee Cinema Circle, defies the financially controlled, bought and paid for bogus Hollywood awards, with the JACC Anti-Oscars.
15:06 Jan 1, 2015 PST
The Interview: The Politics Of A Popcorn Movie
Last but hardly least in this David and Goliath demonization, is Sony's closing credits disclaimer. Asserting that Any similarity or identification...or name, character, or history of any entirely coincidental or unintentional.
05:01 Dec 27, 2014 PST
Jessica Chastain Talks A Most Violent Year and Interstellar
Chastain stopped by to share thoughts about mulling Dick Chaney as a vehicle for burrowing into her character in A Most Violent Year; what's up with women in movies lately - or not; and the plus side of taking on a male role in a movie.
16:19 Dec 23, 2014 PST
Angelina Jolie Talks Unbroken
Angelina Jolie talks about her passion for bringing this story to life, as producer and director. A biopic about victims of torture held in a Japanese prison camp during World War II, it was co-written by the Coen brothers
04:48 Dec 22, 2014 PST
The Women Film Critics Circle Award Nominations 2014
They came together in 2004 to form the first women critics' organization in the United States, in the belief that women's perspectives and voices in film criticism need to be recognized fully. And WFCC is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
05:47 Dec 12, 2014 PST
Chris Rock Talks Top Five
And as he's pursued by a couple of journalists like yours truly, including a fetching but suspect reporter played by Rosario Dawson. The first question of course put to Rock during this sitdown about standup and other matters, was what it felt like
06:45 Dec 7, 2014 PST
Big Eyes Movie Review: The Business Of Art And Pre-Feminist Stuck-Home Syndrome
Amy Adams projects an alternately subtle and stinging emotional and ethical ambivalence as Margaret Keane, deferring to her arrogant con-man mate Walter Keane
12:31 Nov 29, 2014 PST
Arts Express: John Leguizamo Talks Fugly
Prairie Miller interviews John Leguizamo, on Fugliness, FARC, art as a form of revenge. It involves Hollywouldn't and power and privilege in Latin America.
03:55 Nov 14, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Tommy Lee Jones Demystifies Wild West in The Homesman
Prairie Miller talks about The Homesman directed by Tommy Lee Jones, The Beat Beneath My Feet with Luke Perry, Poetry Corner and Revisiting Washington Irving.
04:34 Nov 7, 2014 PST
Nightcrawler: Hollywood Hidden Agendas, Hype And Crushing The Competition
Prairie Miller reviews Nightcrawler, in which a deceptively genteel and soft-spoken Jake Gyllenhaal manipulates and dominates his equally ruthless boss.
06:59 Nov 3, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival 2014: Michael Keaton Talks Birdman
Seemingly a satire in some ways, of Keaton's ambivalent transformation into Tim Burton's Batman a quarter of a century ago, Birdman appears to be Keaton's venture into unprecedented extreme acting.
13:23 Oct 27, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival 2014: Marion Cotillard Talks Two Days, One Night
Marion Cotillard, who is no stranger to tackling complex characters and complicated women in movies, most notably as Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose, plays Sandra in Two Days, One Night. An emotionally vulnerable blue collar worker in a plant determine
22:19 Oct 17, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival 2014: Rosamund Pike Talks Gone Girl
Rosamund Pike stopped by the NY Film Festival where Gone Girl premiered, to weigh in on assorted relevant topics, with Prairie Miller.
18:32 Oct 11, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival 2014: Morgan Spurlock Talks We The Economy
The groundbreaking shorts incorporate drama, nonfiction, animation and comedy, and feature cameos from Sarah Silverman, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph and others.
23:45 Oct 10, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival 2014: Martin Short, Cast Talk Inherent Vice
A number of the cast members of Inherent Vice dropped by the NY Film Festival for the movie's premiere, and to hold forth - except for an uncharacteristically inhibited Joaquin Phoenix - on an assortment of equally offbeat related topics. Touching
16:33 Oct 5, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival 2014: Richard Gere Talks Time Out Of Mind
Movie Stars like to boast they can play just about anybody, if they put their mind to it. But for celeb and sex symbol Richard Gere, morphing into a dazed and confused homeless man literally wandering the streets of NYC proved more than daunting.
07:02 Sep 30, 2014 PST
The Homesman: Pioneer Women Surviving Prairie Fever On The Bleak Frontier
Not exactly a feminist western but powerfully evoking the lives of these scarred and thwarted women nevertheless, The Homesman follows the fate of three young wives.
13:39 Sep 23, 2014 PST
NY Film Festival: Maps To Stars Robert Pattinson's Limo Guy Drives Women Crazy
Prairie reviews events at NY Film Festival, including a way beyond bratty homicidal child celeb exiting detox and his pyromaniac institutionalized sister.
18:28 Sep 21, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Gail Sheehy Talks Daring: My Passages
Including Richard Gere starring as a homeless man in the dramatic feature Time Out Of Mind, that may not actually be so much about the homeless; a somewhat feminist Confederacy thriller that may be less about the US Civil War than say, Sam Peckinpah
06:19 Sep 18, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Juliette Lewis Talks Brad Pitt Shared Career Breakout Romance
Movie critic Prairie Miller has an interesting conversation with CNN reporter Jane Velez-Mitchell about her book based on the Jodi Arias murder trial.
12:45 Aug 31, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Robin Williams' Angriest Man, and Jeff Bridges Tribute
Jeff Bridges eulogy for Robin Williams, plus James Scully reading at a Santa Cruz cafe, introduced by Adrienne Rich. Chris Butters reports.
06:04 Aug 22, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Woody Allen Talks Magic in The Moonlight
A conversation with Super Size Me filmmaker Morgan Spurlock about his new television series. And related thoughts on greed, gluttony, Hitchcock, Creep Show, Lonesome Rhodes, participatory journalism, homelessness, couch surfing
13:28 Aug 15, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Alive Inside Director Michael Rossato-Bennet Talks Music vs Meds
Movie reviewer, Prairie Miller interviews Director Michael Rossato-Bennet about movies, music and meds.
07:55 Aug 8, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Diane Keaton Talks And So It Goes
Prairie Miller and Diane Keaton, star of the Rob Reiner dark comedic, late in life romance opposite Michael Douglas. Keaton also shares thoughts on her enduring screen image as Annie Hall.
06:44 Aug 3, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Mandy Patinkin Talks Wish I Was Here and Homeland
Prairie Miller talks to Actor Mandy Patinkin about Wish I Was Here and Homeland. Also on the script, A Most Wanted Man, a German spy thriller
22:47 Jul 27, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Mandy Moore Talks Building Better Lives
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller interviews Actress, Mandy Moore about Building Better Lives.
10:16 Jul 21, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Patricia Arquette Talks Boyhood
Prairie Miller talks to Patricia Arquette about her starring role in a Richard Linklater dramatic feature, contrasting it with the formulaic fluff of Hollywood.
15:26 Jul 20, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Mia Wasikowska Dances With Camels In Aussie Outback, in Tracks
And while the search for balance tends to favor the immense grandeur, dominance and danger of raw nature, the inner life of Mia's emotionally damaged twentysomething female in flight, diminishes in comparison.
12:32 Jul 9, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Female Friends And Foes - Female Bonding In Movies
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller with Art Express shares her list of Female Friends And Foes - Female Bonding In Movies with NewsBlaze readers around the world.
14:01 Jul 8, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Director Richie Mehta Talks Siddharth, And India Child Trafficking
A novelist, literary critic, essayist, and performer as well, Geoseffi is distinguished for collecting global writings for Women on War: International Writings from Antiquity to the Present.
06:47 Jul 7, 2014 PST
Arts Express: The Witness Wore Red, Testifying Against Warren Jeffs
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller discusses 'The Witness Wore Red' with Rebecca Musser on the radio, plus 'Drones' and the corporate takeover of public education.
11:06 Jun 30, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Katie Couric Talks Fed Up
A Conversation with Katie Couric. And her role as producer of this investigative documentary, making a convincing case as to how profiteering factory food corporations conspire to hook people on addictive ingredients
17:33 Jun 21, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Clint Eastwood Talks Jersey Boys
Clint Eastwood talks to Prairie Miller about Jersey Boys, his screen adaptation about the lives and music of The Four Seasons, an unusual turn for him.
12:54 Jun 19, 2014 PST
Arts Express: A Lonely Hero at the Open Roads: New Italian Cinema Festival
A US premiere intimating universal economic misery, is Gianni Amelio's L'Intrepido [A Lonely Hero].
15:04 Jun 8, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Horror Icon Tobin Bell Talks Saw, Slavery And God's Gargoyles
And a look at the bittersweet dramatic feature Clutter, starring Carol Kane. Touching on the stepchild of consumerism - hoarding - as an expression in this film of abandonment, loss and the emotional meaning of things.
07:44 Jun 6, 2014 PST
Lucky Them: Johnny Depp Haunts Toni Collette In Offbeat Rocker Road Movie
Lucky Them, with its zany collection of colorful characters, concurrently probes scarred emotions and existential angst while nicely blending both the daffy and dark side of life.
11:58 Jun 5, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Wallace Shawn Talks Don Peyote
How the global economic crisis and the documentary of the soul factor in; the erosion of the notion of aura in the service of money in films and festivals
12:45 Jun 3, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Director Lionel Baier Talks Radio, Rebels And Portugal In Longwave
Prairie Miller has a conversation with Swiss filmmaker Lionel Baier, about a satire of the 40th anniversary of Portugal's Carnation Revolution.
12:15 Jun 2, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Revisiting Nigeria and Dominque Strauss-Kahn Sex Scandal in Movies
Prairie Miller revisits Nigeria, a highlight of the NY African Film Festival, and she notes the Dominque Strauss-Kahn sex scandal made it to the movies
23:20 Jun 1, 2014 PST
Yves Saint Laurent Movie Review: A Man And His 'Man'equins
Emotionally fragile and creatively obsessive, and fueled by an insolent imagination yet hungry for appreciation, Laurent is a figure in this tensely crafted portrait who is beset with a web of self-destructive contradictions.
07:27 May 30, 2014 PST
Drones Review: When Horror Movies And History Meet
Movie reviewer, Prairie Miller gives the film, 'Drones' 3 out of 4 stars. Miller states, 'Drones, with its disturbing and discomforting persistent dread is in no way conventional entertainment, nor should it be.'
08:35 May 27, 2014 PST
Arts Express Cannes Festival Report: Nicole Kidman As Grace Kelly Controversy
Prairie Miller brings us the Arts Express Cannes Festival Report that includes the controversy over Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly, and a conversation with actress Shirley Knight
07:33 May 26, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Scotland At The Tribeca Film Festival
A feature at the Tribeca Film Festival. San Francisco Poet Laureate, political prophet, visionary and mass movement subversive wordsmith Jack Hirschman reads from his work.
17:10 May 18, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Rose Byrne Talks Neighbors
Rose stopped by to describe just how she went about figuring all that out; getting persistently peeved while avoiding any shrewish spouse tendencies towards assigned matrimonial mate, Seth Rogen; and enjoying the scenery of the bare chested men arou
15:19 May 18, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Zac Efron Talks Neighbors
Efron stopped by to talk his bragging rights as a neighbor in real life, and eccentric guy bonding with his character Teddy in Neighbors. In addition to some selective stripping on a downtown sidewalk along with a not nearly as buffed Seth Rogen, fo
10:14 May 18, 2014 PST
Arts Express: California Lt. Gov Gavin Newsom Talks Citizenville
California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom talks about his new book.
08:07 May 18, 2014 PST
Clutter Movie Review: Abandonment, Loss And The Emotional Meaning of Things
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller gives the film, Clutter 4 out of 4 stars and shares it with NewsBlaze readers around the world.
12:40 May 13, 2014 PST
Angriest Man Review: Mila Kunis Guilt Tripping Femme Fatale
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller gives the film, 'The Angriest Man In Brooklyn' 4 out of 4 stars. Miller states that the film has a whole lot more on its mind than hysterical end of life antics simply for laughs.
15:19 May 11, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Beyond Mothers Day Special
And what all that may have to do with the clash between Russian artistic sensibility and Dutch Calvinism. And finally, Stelling apologizes for being a morning person.
16:41 May 9, 2014 PST
Walk Of Shame: Elizabeth Banks Struts Mean Streets In LA Underbelly Romp
Movie reviewer, Prairie Miller interviews Elizabeth Banks, who is Meghan Miles, the feisty female in question on the run, literally and figuratively.
07:18 May 6, 2014 PST
Devil's Knot: Reese Witherspoon In Satanic Panic Thriller
Prairie Miller reviews distinguished director Atom Egoyan's Devil's Knot, a fact based dramatic feature delving into the notorious and still controversial 1993 West Memphis Three child murder court case
19:38 Apr 28, 2014 PST
Miss Meadows: Sinister Sitcomish Katie Holmes Seemingly Uzi And Harriet
As much a movie as a discomforting mirror into the heart of darkness of America as self-appointed dubious moral enforcer around the world, Miss Meadows features a combo mesmerizing and mysterious Holmes decked out in mid-20th century retro mismatch
06:33 Apr 27, 2014 PST
Tribeca Film Festival: Edward Snowden Lawyer Jesselyn Radack Talks Silenced
Radack also gives updates on the current situations of Edward Snowden and Julian Assange whom she visited with in Moscow and London respectively, along with sharing tips with listeners about how to both oppose and protect yourself
18:16 Apr 24, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Jane Goodall Talks Bears
Prairie Miller stopped by to talk to UK British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and Disneynature Ambassador, Jane Goodall about Bears as well her longstanding concern and caring for endangered animals in their natural habitats
13:25 Apr 20, 2014 PST
Arts Express: A Conversation With Feminist Artist Judy Chicago
Prairie Miller talks to filmmaker Lars von Trier discussing what this work in progress several years ago at Cannes, may or may not have to do with Hitler, heresy, hedonism and existential despair - before being booted from the festival.
05:05 Apr 10, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Doc Director Rachel Boynto Talks Big Men And Oil Lust In Africa
Prairie Miller talks to people's performer David Rovics on guitar in his musical depiction of that insurrectionary time with his song, Landlord.
17:47 Apr 8, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Willem Dafoe Talks The Grand Budapest Hotel
The writer of Thelma And Louise looks back and assesses the impact of her very first screenplay, and how this enduring film classic radically changed the conversation about women in movies.
16:12 Apr 8, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Cesar Chavez, A Conversation With Actress Rosario Dawson
And exactly what that means, and what it has to do with Gabardi's pursuit of the self-ironic in society. The group show is titled Family Affairs: An Incestuous Avant-Garde Survey Of Art, and includes the works of Banksy, Keith Haring, Picasso and W
13:27 Apr 8, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Aaron Swartz Doc Prophetic About NSA Scandal
Delving into the late Internet martyr's legacy and his early prophesy of doom regarding NSA revelations and the surveillance state; the ingredients illuminated in the course of making this documentary,
20:10 Apr 7, 2014 PST
The Turning: Cate Blanchett and Rose Byrne Desperate Housewives Down Under
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller reviews the enigmatic Australian screen epic, 'The Turning'.
10:11 Apr 6, 2014 PST
Nymphomaniac I & II: Magical Sadism, Sex Noir And Porn For Eggheads
While screen porn tends to bid for a pass with censors by dressing up bare behinds metaphorically in moralistic taglines and scriptural platitudes, Trier blankets his own backsides.
13:56 Apr 4, 2014 PST
Snowpiercer Movie Review: Chris Evans Warrior On Wheels
Movie reviewer Prairie Miller says the movie, Snowpiercer may not feel exactly like rush hour in the subway among the fuming drudges, but that particular grueling experience is likely never to seem quite the same again.
12:35 Mar 30, 2014 PST
Turks & Caicos Review: Undercover Brits And Yanks Toe To Toe In The Tropics
The elusively taunting tale playing out in the UK's territorial tourist Caribbean mecca of the title, centers on a thieves' den of sinister capitalist slackers sipping tropical cocktails while plotting further takeovers around the planet.
06:43 Mar 24, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Yolanda Ross Talks Indie Nom And Remembers Philip Seymour Hoffman
Lisa's feature documentary is Oscar's Comeback, in which 2 worlds collide at a unique annual festival in all-white town that celebrates their black native son, early 1900s homesteader-turned-film-pioneer, Oscar Micheaux.
16:33 Mar 5, 2014 PST
Arts Express: Non-Stop, A Conversation With Julianne Moore
Here's Julianne, worrying more than anything else at the moment, about her hair.
13:06 Feb 26, 2014 PST
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