Tag: Tracy Letts

Lady Bird and the War of Innocence

“Maybe this war of innocence is one that’s never really won or lost. Maybe we just take life one battle at a time.”

Review: Azazel Jacobs’ ‘The Lovers’

“According to Jacobs, romantic love is a negative equation wherein passion plus time equals complacency.”

‘Indignation’ Has a Palpable Humanity to Its Fury

“Where Indignation deviates a little from its otherwise classical trappings is in its structure.”

Todd Solondz Offers Surprising Homages to French Filmmakers in ‘Wiener-Dog’

“It can’t help but seem like there was one film about a dog bringing people together in light of troubled times, if only briefly, but then it was decided that there would also be a film about a dog being a prop for stories that his detractors would label as ‘autopilot Solondz.'”