Tuesday, May 06, 2014

May Reviews

Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader are The Skeleton Twins
These are the reviews and other pieces I'm working on this month.

SIFF Notes: The Case Against 8, The Dune, Life Feels Good, Medeas, Supermensch, The Skeleton Twins, and The Signal.

Slog: The Contradictory Couple in Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive Are Neither Alone Nor Alive (also included in my list of April posts), Factual Death, Fictional Life, and the Associations That Result When the Two Intersect, Now Playing: A Documentary About the Invention of the Teenager, Taylor Kitsch Takes a Break from Big-Budget Action Movies to Try Something Different, Matt Smith Remembers the Capitol Hill of the 1960s in My Last Year with the Nuns, Richard Linklater: From Slacker to Boyhood, Doc-
umentary Stars at This Year's SIFF Include Susan Sontag, George Takei, and Bronies
, and Vincent Kartheiser Leaves Pete Campbell Behind for a Trip to Antarctica with Olivia Thirlby in Red Knot.

Line Out/Slog post count: 540 posts since 2011.  
Video Librarian: Off the Rez, You, Me & Them - Series 1 [2-disc 
set], Brownian Movement, Call Me Crazy - A Five Film, The Rise 
& Fall of the Clash, Suzanne Vega Live Solitude Standing [Blu].


Skeleton Twins still from Roadside Attractions/Lions-
gate. Wiig and Hader previously teamed up for Adventureland