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Best Of 2013 - Top Five Male & Female Performances

January 3rd, 2014 12:15pm EST
Top Five Performances
Jason Coleman's Top Five Male & Female Performances

I am very happy for this particular acting "best of" list this year, mostly because notable films that didn’t make it to my Top Ten still had some memorable performances.  So even though movies like "American Hustle," "12 Years A Slave" and "Frances Ha" didn’t make the final film cut, the acting work within is lovingly highlighted here.  From oddballs to slaves, sassy ice cream truck workers to sexy hustlers here are my..."Best of 2013 - Top Five Male & Female Performances."

Ladies first this year!  


1. Jess Weixler - "Free Samples...

Best Of 2013 - Top Ten Films

January 2nd, 2014 12:20pm EST
Top Ten Films of 2013
Jason Coleman's Top Ten Films

What’s most notable about 2013’s cop of films is the sheer amount of quality cinema running rampant.  Yes, there is the typical powerhouse slew of flicks in the last two months that tend to dominate most lists, but even reaching further back there were some truly fine films.  Narrowing down the selections this year was a hard task (one of my personal five-star favorites "The Baytown Outlaws" got bumped from the #10 spot at the last minute!), but for a cine-geek it’s always a pleasure to try.  And while I bypassed flicks that are on most lists due to everything...

Interview: Filmmaker Quentin Dupieux On 'Wrong Cops,' Music As A Character And The Fichtner

December 20th, 2013 11:20am EST
Wrong Cops
Releasing one film a year that is five-star memorable is a feat for sure, but having two masterworks within a twelve month period that both sport high marks is insanity.  But that’s the whole vibe of indie filmmaker Quentin Dupieux, an auteur who prides himself on creating original work that boggles the mind at a record pace.  Whether it be the trippy tire from hell flick "Rubber" or the mesmerizing cult fav "Wrong" (also released this year!), Dupieux is a talented filmmaker not to be ignored.  His latest five-star opus titled "Wrong Cops," takes its roots from "Wrong" and then goes the com...

Review: Quentin Dupieux's 'Wrong' A Five-Star Mix Of Weird And Wonderful

March 29th, 2013 4:27pm EDT
There’s nothing like a cohesive flick that tells a straightforward story and sets a tone of simple right from the get go.  Then there’s "Wrong."  Turning normal on it’s ear, Quentin Dupieux’s follow up to his potential ridden first outing "Rubber" is a five-star mix of weird and wonderful that’s most assuredly an acquired taste.  But for those who appreciate it’s askew vision, "Wrong" is a welcome distraction from the mundane.

Dolph Springer is living in a world that’s as upside down as the man himself.  He has deep and too close conversations with his intense neighbor, calls a local pizza...

Actor William Fichtner Talks Oscar Worthy Turn As Master Chang In New Film 'Wrong'

March 29th, 2013 10:39am EDT
As one of the most cool and versatile character actors working today, William Fichtner has been put into many different categories.  We’re adding one more – Oscar contender.  In his new film "Wrong" (currently available VOD and hitting theaters March 29 from Drafthouse Films) Fichtner embodies the complex character of Master Chang, a scarred face spiritual lost soul who seeks fulfillment by kidnapping animals to re-strengthen the loving bond between pet and owner.  It’s a role as strange and wonderful as the film itself, which is writer/director Quentin Dupieux’s follow up to his equally od...

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