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Oscars2020 Take Flack, But Hey It’s Once Upon A Hollywood, Get Over It

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent LOS ANGELES, CA: So JOKER’s Joaquin Phoenix, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor Brad Pitt from ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD took some serious incoming Social Media ire after Sunday’s 92nd Academy Awards telecast, for what? Being less political than many other past Oscar broadcasts. Remember DEAD MAN WALKING’s helmer speeches, the days of Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins? C’mon, truth be told, JOKER is a Camus...

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot… But Joaquin Did Get to the Party Last Night

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent Don’t you love hearing about a Hollywood party after it happens? Oh wait, an afterparty, after it happens? C’mon, saves you time and a hangover. Meanwhile last night was the LA premiere of DON’T WORRY, HE WON’T GET FAR ON FOOT from Amazon Studios, a curious biopic starring Joaquin Phoenix that opens July 13. Jack Black and glasses, Joaquin Phoenix and cigarette during, not after, the afterparty This adapted screen story...

Gus Van Sant & Joaquin Phoenix: Don't worry, he won't get far on foot

One of the most anticipated films of this year's festival, Don't worry, he won't get far on foot by Gus Van Sant premiered yesterday at the Berlinale Palast, part of this year's festival competition programme.  Joaquin Phoenix, who plays John Callahan, a renowned American cartoonist who was bound to a wheelchair after a car accident, became an alcoholic and later on dedicated his life to his art, published in numerous magazines, newpapers and publications. Gus Van Sant ad...

They Were Never Really Here - Red Carpet Premiere

  In Lynne Ramsay's kidnapping thriller They Were Never Really Here, Joaquin Phoenix plays a veteran named Joe who has been working under the table as a hired gun, rescuing young girls from sex trafficking rings. After he is hired to save a senator's daughter, Nina, played by Ekaterina Samsonov, he uncovers a plot of corruption and violence. Lynne Ramsay has created an atmospheric and intense thriller that is unlike any other in the genre. She juxtaposes beautifu...

The Irrational Man Review

  Regardless of opinions surrounding his controversial personal life, Woody Allen has strong philosophical views which he passes on through his work.   “The Irrational Man,” stars Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone, whom both turned in yet another powerful performance with stretched out and brutally honest conversations.    What made the movie so great was its directness. While the heavy dialog made for an uncomfortable movie, it was clearly the intention of th...

The Irrational Man

    Tomorrow is the day we’ve all been waiting for, or at least I have. The Irrational Man looks like yet another one of Woody Allen’s brutally honest and introspective films.    Regardless of opinions of him as a person, he is a beautiful artist who makes movies that really take you out of your every day perspective. Not to mention Joaquin Pheonix has been nearly as consistent as Leo ever since he decided to quit acting for rap. He not only gets into the mi...

Inherent Vice: Review

Child of indie American cinema, Anderson keeps a sweet tone of bewilderment in his new hors d’oeuvre, which although took time to prepare, is served cold, raw - pleasing, but leaving a mouthwatering effect for a no-show main.      Remembering Anderson’s previous moments with The Master or Magnolia, where a constant flow and amusing disconnection from reality progress with every scene, Inherent Vice is more of a sharp staccato-like nostalgic manifesto for an era of...

The Master, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Joaquin Phoenix. Venice Film Festival. Sketch by Nesta.

The Master, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Thomas Anderson, Joaquin Phoenix. Narration, a crisis in Faith? Set in Peter Markli's room at the Biennale Arsenale, Josephson and Giacometti statues and the Classical Column in the 1950's. Sketch by Nesta 1/09/12 Venice.

Joaquin Phoenix Doc: Is It A Hoax?

  I'M STILL HERE, the not-very-flattering documentary by actor-turned-director Casey Affleck of his brother-in-law and best friend Joaquin Phoenix has been provoking controversy since it world premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Is the film, which had its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this week, a true portrait of the actor's rejection of movie stardom or is it a cleverly planned hoax? The "documentary" of the tumultuous y...

Scenes from Two Lovers

Scenes from James Gray's Two Lovers which showed in competition at the Cannes Film Festival 2008.

“Two Lovers” debuts in Cannes

American director James Gray’s “Two Lovers” premiered in Cannes Monday evening.Gray, and the film’s actors Gwyneth Paltrow and Vanessa Shaw walked the Red Carpet together. Actor Joaquin Phoenix also starred in the film, but was not present.Premiering in Competition, Two Lovers by James Gray is the third film the American director has brought to Cannes, eight years after The Yards and one year after We Own the Night. Set in Brooklyn, it stars Joaquin Phoenix, a frequent presence in Gray's...

We Own the Night Trailer

Trailer from James Gray's We Own the Night, premiering Friday, May 25th at Cannes 2007.


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