Pamela Zoslov Archives
- Wim Wenders shows but doesn't tell in 'Pina'
Director Wim Wenders was not at all interested in dance before a girlfriend dragged him to see Cafe Müller and Le Sacre du Printemps by German avant-garde choreographer Pina Bausch.
- Red Riding Hood
Catherine Hardwicke's update on the fairy tale jettisons psychosexual drama in favor of cheesy CGI effects, fake exteriors, bad acting, and oafish dialogue.
Watching Tony Scott’s Unstoppable makes you empathize with the 1896 audience that supposedly fled their seats upon seeing a train barreling down the screen at them.
- Going the Distance
The relatively lengthy running time of Going the Distance, coupled with its wearily predictable ending, gives you plenty of time to think about the relentless demands of commercial moviemaking.
Archived Stories by Pamela Zoslov
View older articles written by Pamela Zoslov.