18 years ago | Film Reviews
Though critics often compared Virginia Woolf's nonlinear, almost cubist narratives to the then-burgeoning cinema's use of montage, close-ups, flashbacks, tracking shots, and rapid cuts, the strength of Woolf's novels lay in the rhythm of her arres...
19 years ago | Film Reviews
The Locusts. If Elvis Presley acted in Tennessee Williams plays instead of dragster movies and bad beach flicks, he'd have the same kind of charisma as Vince Vaughn in The Locusts. With V-neck undershirts, an early-'60s pompadour, and loads of aw-...