Review By Bears Fonte The Groundhog Day Remake Girls Too Young To remember Groundhog Day Needed Have we reached the time where GROUNDHOG DAY is so ubiquitous that it can be remade and reset in new locales like a Shakespeare play? Whenever a director puts their own unique spin on Hamlet or Romeo and Juliet
Browsing: Sundance 2017
Review and Interview by Bears Fonte ``the most spectaculous independent film I’ve seen in some years`` Not surprisingly, the film that took home the narrative audience award at Slamdance is the most spectaculous independent film I’ve seen in some years, DAVE MADE A MAZE. A triumph of design and creativity, Bill Watterson’s film taps into
Review by Bears Fonte I’ve always wondered if ‘luck of the Irish’ was meant sarcastically. Chris Baugh’s BAD DAY FOR THE CUT offers another installment of poor providence as sheep farmer and car mechanic Donal (Nigel O’Neill) comes home from a rare night out at the pub to find his mother brutally murdered. A few
Interview by Bears Fonte Its seems every day more hipsters from Brooklyn invade Austin, but in Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion’s new action thriller BUSHWICK, Brittany Snow comes out of the subway to find black-clad militia from a seceding Texas invading the hipster neighborhood. Wrestler Dave Bautista plays ex-military now conspiracy theorist and janitor Stupe,
By Bears Fonte Vigalondo: The humans are like the bread of the sandwich. You need the bread to hold the sandwich, but you want the meat. So, the monsters are the meat . Out-of-work, recently dumped, recovering alcoholic Gloria (Anne Hathaway) has nowhere to turn to steady her rapidly disintegrating life. So she goes home.
By Bears Fonte I’m an avid midnighter – I have seen every midnight film that Sundance has programmed for the last five years. They tend to take a lot more chances than the rest of the festival program and often offer new, distinct voices to be discovered. And I usually give first time writer/directors a