- Archikulture Digest
- November 16, 2019
Eight new plays draw raucous laughter in this season’s version of Play De Luna.
With Greenberg, film writer-director Noah Baumbach successfully adds another to his patented string of highly intellectual meanderings full of difficult characters expressing their personal pain by violently thrusting it upon others while feigning self-deprecation.
Kander and Ebb’s final musical. The Scottsboro Boys, depicts the true story of American racism in the South. Despite a mixture of eye-poppin’ musical sequences and social commentary, the musical misses many cues. Julie Haverkate provides analysis.
Ten years after the premiere of the creepily innovative The Blair Witch Project, another super-low budget indie horror flick scares the bejesus out of critic Julie Haverkate with just a homemade video and slight supernatural effects. So what happens when you sleep? Paranormal Activity, that’s what.
An alien race forced to live in slum-like conditions in Johannesburg discovers a surprising camaraderie with a government agent that is exposed to its biotechnology. It may be 2009’s most thrilling film, sez Julie Haverkate.
Activist and Flipper-trainer Richard O’Barry relives his guilt over captivity and the ill treatment of dolphins through this documentary that explores the slaughter of thousands of beautiful Cetaceans off the coast of Japan.
Dustin Hoffman and Emma Thompson offer up tender and touching performances in a predictable but surprisingly enjoyable romantic comedy. Julie Haverkate thinks this Harvey deserves a chance.
Julie Haverkate wishes The Duchess moved her as much as Keira Knightley‘s performance did.
Move over, Michael Myers, The Strangers are in town. Julie Haverkate wonders if it’s the murders or masks that frighten us more.
An A-dorable robot attempts to save Earth and win his lady love. Julie Haverkate is surprised by WALL E‘s order of priorities, and she thinks you will be too.