One could be forgiven for imagining director Josh Johnson’s documentary debut, Rewind This!, to be a look inside the tiny niche of the current VHS collecting boom. Many of the promotional materials are a bit misleading in that way. However,
Almodóvar comedy boasts the director’s best opening ever in his native country (in euros) I’m So Excited / Los amantes pasajeros , the Pedro Almodóvar airplane-set comedy, had the biggest Spanish debut weekend ever for an Almodóvar film — in
Deadline’s report that Sony Pictures and Scott Rudin plan to turn the 1970s sitcom Good Times into a feature film reminded me that there are still quite a few sitcoms from that era that are substantial enough to translate to feature films.
Chris Eska crafted the finely-honed, modern-day drama August Evening, which featured a resilient, older Mexican immigrant who stoicly dealt with life’s challenges as they arose. The Retrieval is Eska’s followup, and it’s a similar, low-key, high-quality affair that etches portraits