Monthly Archives: September 2015

THE INTERN

Using an incredibly hokey premise and coming off like an over manufactured product, The Intern is a kind and gentle movie that massages the shoulders of the generation on the way out while holding the door open for the generation … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

THE NEW GIRLFRIEND

It is safe to say that any director worth their weight will eventually be compared to the cinematic yardstick that is Alfred Hitchcock. While all who make movies owe something to the Master of Suspense, the actual inheritor to his … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

CLUB SANDWICH

Héctor (Lucio Giménez Cacho) and his mother, Paloma (María Renée Prudencio), have come to a quite Mexican resort for a vacation. He is sixteen, she is in her thirties and the father is nowhere in sight. Judging by their closeness, … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

STEVE JOBS: THE MAN IN THE MACHINE

“It wasn’t for you, it was you,” Sherry Turkle, author and MIT professor, says describing Apple Computer products. It’s a good line — succinct, accurate, catchy — and it catches director Alex Gibney’s ear, later recycling it in one of … Continue reading

Posted in Documentary, Reviews | Tagged , , | Leave a comment