If you can’t take the heat then stay out of the kitchen. Unless you’re willing to get your hands dirty, of course! Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish, and Elisabeth Moss star as mob wives who are left with no choice but to step up to the plate after their husbands are sent to prison by the FBI.
The end of September marked the beginning of the New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center in New York City. On Sunday, September 30, Director Alex Ross Perry premiered his new film, Her Smell, starring Emmy award-winning actress Elisabeth Moss at Alice Tully Hall. Moss was a stunning vision wearing a silver metallic Dior dress.
This Swedish film, winner of the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and directed by Ruben Östlund, goes to extremes to point out the gap between upper and lower classes. It attempts to satirize contemporary art, but it only succeeds in making itself the butt of the joke.
The film festival is back for its 25th year and better than ever!
Liev Schreiber shines as the haplessly delusional boxer Chuck Wepner
A bit uneven but always entertaining, Ben Wheatley channels his inner Nicholas Winding Refn and creates a bizarre, stylish, and sexy world that no one should ever want to live in.
A beautiful ode to loneliness and the need to be isolated.