Rhys Ifans

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May 27 2016

Alice Through The Looking Glass

The night before my six-year-old daughter Moira and I went to the screening of Alice Through the Looking Glass, we caught up on Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland from 2010, which was Moira’s birth year. Dark, torpid, and almost entirely unnecessary, Alice in Wonderland was one of those movies which focused more on the computer […]
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Aug 21 2015

She’s Funny That Way

Owen Wilson seems to be a magnet for eccentric auteurs like Wes Anderson, Woody Allen and now Peter Bogdanovich. In Bogdanovich’s “She’s Funny That Way”, his first theatrical release in over a decade (with Anderson as one of its producers), Wilson plays a philandering playwright named Arnold Albertson, who is also known by several aliases […]
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Apr 2 2015


On the face of it, Serena has all the ingredients of a good film – its lead actors and director are multiple award nominees/winners, it sports a beautiful soundtrack, the cinematography is gorgeous, and the supporting actors fill their roles perfectly. With all this, what could possibly be missing? The story and script. Without those […]
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