In new movies, we have the superb double-bill of Capote and Good Night, and Good Luck, both movies set in the 1950s about real people -- both writers -- who tried to do something different. Curtis Hanson's chick flick In Her Shoes isn't too bad, but Julian Fellowes' directorial debut Separate Lies is pretty forgettable. Wallace & Gromit fans will rejoice when they see The Curse of the Were-Rabbit beautifully make the transition to the big screen.
As for new DVDs, I checked out: Devo - Live: 1980, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, The Story of Marie & Julien, Voyages and The Warriors: Ultimate Director's Cut.
I also have a new interview with David Strathairn, the star of Good Night, and Good Luck in the Examiner. So, there it is.
|:: posted by Jeffrey M. Anderson, 10/08/2005|| Comments (0)|
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