Tag: Steve Buscemi

Nancy [2018]

Nancy [2018]: ‘MAMI’ Review – A troubled Girl finding herself

Nancy [2018]: A troubled Girl finding herself. Debutant Christina Choe takes inspiration from a real-life incident involving identity theft, reminiscent of The Imposter (2012, documentary), and weaves a compelling and riveting story…

Horace and Pete: The comedy in the tragedy

Horace & Pete is about the cumulative illusion of trying to follow up on previously set rules. About the disputes and regrets that have been hidden under the rug for far too long. The distinctive eye for superfluous writing only brings us to a grim and devastating conclusion – There are places which you don’t wish to go, but there’s no other place that gives you any idea of belonging. It’s like the most heady hangover you have ever had.

The Big Lebowski netflix

The Big Lebowski Netflix [1998] Review: The Dude

If Dudeism was a religion, Lebowski would be the GOD dictating rules to the disciples. The term “Dude” has gained such a cult status that Twitterati mourned the fact that Jeff Bridges didn’t start his 2010 Best Actor Oscar acceptance speech with, “The Dude Abides.” The gravity of the emblematic ‘Dudeism’ can only be further testified by the fact that it inspired a novel, The Dude Abides: The Gospel According to the Coen Brothers, by Cathleen Falsani.