While Jon Stewart's directorial debut is filled with a message of hope and understanding, its many pitfalls and genre shifts confuse and blur the message. Solid performances by Bernal, Leonidas, and Faris cannot withstand the weight of Stewart's film, as they are 30-minute characters written into a 103-minute film.
During their first impromptu date, Alvy Singer (Woody Allen) and Annie Hall (Diane Keaton) trade awkward exchanges over a glass of wine, all the while trying to mask their inner thoughts about self-consciousness and sexuality. However, whether it was the alcohol or a Freudian slip, at one point during this scene Annie labels Alvy, with […]
A good time in a darkened room that walks the line between comedy and horror, "What We Do in the Shadows" is what you might get if real-life vampires decided to film a reality show, and the result does not disappoint.