more by M. Faust
In 1981, philosopher and founder of the Harvard Film Archive Stanley Cavell published Pursuits of Happiness: The Hollywood Comedy of Remarriage, a study of seven screwball comedies (It Happened One Night, The Awful Truth, Bringing Up Baby, The Philadelphia Story...
Iraq, 2007. The war is over—President Bush has declared victory and rebuilding is underway. This is not much comfort to Staff Sergeant Matthews (John Cena) and Sergeant Isaac (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) as we meet them, exhausted after having spent 20 hours in hiding at a construction site.
[SCREENING] If you’re like most David Lynch fans, rabid or casual, you’ve probably already binged on the 30 original episodes of his 1990-91 series Twin Peaks in preparation for Twin Peaks: The Return, premiering this Su
Here is one of the very many ways in which movies differ from real life: In the former, there is something inherently pleasurable about watching people shoot each other. I’ve never seen it in real life, and hope that I never do, because I’m sure it’s horrifying.