La La Land Looks La La Lovely
Whiplash director Damian Chazelle has a new film opening December 16 starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone. Take a look at some of the actors’ previous collaborations and the director’s first film.
“There’s a Place Off Ocean Avenue …”
Yellowcard is an American pop punk rock band that has been making music in some form since 1997. On September 30, 2016, the band will release their self-titled final album and will officially retire.
In Memoriam: Anton Yelchin
Mourning the passing of actor Anton Yelchin, here are three of his best films.
The VVitch, Or Just The Witch If You Type Like a Normal Person
The Witch is a horror movie set in 1630s New England. But is it really scary or just a bunch of pretty images? Check it out and decide for yourself.
The Pretty One is Pretty Great
Zoe Kazan plays twins Laurel and Audrey in The Pretty One, a film about life and love and the unshakable bond between siblings.
Read It Before You See It: The BFG
Before you head out to see Steven Spielberg’s next film, The BFG, check out the Raold Dahl book that inspired it.
Even though I absolutely love musicals, I realize they exist in a weird world. I scratched the surface and found these four oddities in our collection.
I Absolutely Didn’t Hate The Haters
Jesse Andrews, breakout author of the hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl returns to the young adult genre with the equally great The Haters.
“I Paint So That I Don’t Have to Talk”: The Art of Drew Struzan
If the name Drew Struzan doesn’t ring a bell, what about names like Indiana Jones, John Rambo or Harry Potter? Now there’s probably so much bell-ringing in your ears you should make an appointment with an audiologist.
I Did It All for the Nookietown
“Recently divorced forty-something single mom Lucy is lonely, a little antsy, and craving physical connection. Then the unthinkable happens: Her trusted, long-married friend Nancy begs Lucy to sleep with her husband … to save her marriage. The plan is outlandish, scandalous, and, to everyone’s astonishment, works like a charm—it’s a win-win-win. Soon the two women develop an underground barter system whereby Nancy’s local married friends subcontract Lucy’s horny divorcée friends to sleep with their sex-starved husbands so the wives don’t have to as often. It’s a foolproof system for a while. Until feelings get hurt, loyalties are tested, and boundaries are crossed.”