Tag: Rob Levy

Little Richard: I Am Everything

Little Richard: I Am Everything

Screen Reviews

Elvis gets all the attention, but Little Richard is the real father of rock n’ roll. Lisa Cortés’s documentary, Little Richard: I Am Everything, examines the life and influence of the legendary performer. Review by Rob Levy.

Mogwai

Mogwai

Music Reviews

Central Belters (Rock Action). Review by Rob Levy.

Goodfellas at 25

Features

Goodfellas turns 25. Rob Levy looks back at Martin Scorese’s mob masterpiece.

Nebraska

Nebraska

Screen Reviews

Bruce Dern stars as Woody Grant, a bitter and grumpy man who believes he has won one million dollars in a sweepstakes. When his son agrees to drive him to collect his winnings the ensuing road trip becomes a journey of profound emotion.

The World’s End

Screen Reviews

What begins as a reunion pub crawl for five friends turns into a night of booze, bodies, and the bizarre, delving deeper into chaos as it leads to redemption, love, loss, and hope at a pub called The Worlds End.

The World’s End

Screen Reviews
What begins as a reunion pub crawl for five friends turns into a night of booze, bodies, and the bizarre, delving deeper into chaos as it leads to redemption, love, loss, and hope at a pub called The Worlds End.

Before Midnight

Screen Reviews

Jesse and Celine’s eighteen-year relationship takes a drastic turn as the two face changes in their personal and professional lives. Such is Richard Linklater’s newest talkfest.

Frances Ha

Frances Ha

Screen Reviews

Frances wants so much more than she has, but lives her life with unaccountable joy and lightness. From Noah Baumbach’s monochrome melancholy comes a charming comedic tale of passion, pain, hope, and despair that can only happen in New York.

Please Give

Screen Reviews

Two very different Manhattan families face change, conflict, and poverty as their lives – and their apartments – evolve.

The Incredible Hulk

Screen Reviews

Bruce Banner is on the run as he tries to control the beast inside of him. You wouldn’t like Rob Levy when he’s angry, but you’ll like him even less when he’s disappointed by a summer blockbuster.

You Kill Me

Screen Reviews

An alcoholic hit man falls for a take-no-prisoners woman in this black comedy set in the grimy danger of Buffalo’s underworld. Rob Levy smells Oscar, well, first he smells blood, then smoke, but then definitely Oscar.

The 300

Screen Reviews

The Battle of Thermopylae is revisited with glamour, guts and fancy special effects. Based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller. Rob Levy screams, “Onward!”

The ACME Catalog

Print Reviews

Whether or not you’re trying to dispense with a certain roadrunning thorn in your side, Rob Levy finds much to enjoy in thisvolume. Christmas is just around the corner, after all, and doesn’t some special in your life need an Instant Tunnel Painter?

Superman Returns

Screen Reviews

Tan, rested and ready, Superman flies onto the big screen once more. Rob Levy dutifully points to the heavens and knows the words by heart: “Look, up in the sky….”

Tsotsi

Screen Reviews

From the bloody streets of Johannesburg comes this uplifiting tale of life after crime in the ghetto. Rob Levy explains why this film won an Academy Award for Best Foreign Film.

Underworld Evolution

Screen Reviews

Rob Levy finds that there is even more bloodletting in this sequel to the hugely successful vampire versus werewolf flick.

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Dark Water

Dark Water

Screen Reviews

J-Horror classic Dark Water (2002) makes the skin crawl with an unease that lasts long after the film is over. Phil Bailey reviews the new Arrow Video release.

The Shootist

The Shootist

Screen Reviews

John Wayne’s final movie sees the cowboy actor go out on a high note, in The Shootist, one of his best performances.

HEALTH

HEALTH

Event Reviews

HEALTH continue their mission to make everyone love each other, bringing their RAT-BASED WARFARE TOUR to the Mile High City, where Steven Cruse gets to be a very lucky middle-aged industrial fanboy.