Aloha feels like several films at once, crammed together and sped up, with results that are emotionally hollow and narratively confusing.
Anne Thompson writes on Indiewire: "While any Joel and Ethan Coen movie is worth waiting for, many of us are champing at the bit to see "Inside Llewyn Davis," their portrait of the 60s Greenwich Village folk scene that spawned Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mimi and Richard Farina and the inspiration for this film, Dave Van Ronk. Some of us hoped to see the film loosely based on Van Ronk's memoir "The Mayor of MacDougal Street" in time for the 2012 holiday season, but it's more likely to turn up in Coen-friendly Cannes."
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Having once made the statement above, I have declined all opportunities to ...
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An FFC writes about the use of Giuseppe Verdi's "Dies Irae" in "Mad Max: Fury Road".
A final film report from Cannes on two of the last films for 2015: an update of Macbeth and an environmental document...