The Tribeca Film Festival Reviews

One of the last films I saw at this years Tribeca Film Festival was the Japanese movie “Odayaka”. I tully didn’t know much about the film except that it had subtitles, and that it was about the...
When a film like "Some Velvet Morning" which only has two actors in the entire movie, Alice Eve and Stanley Tucci, comes on the screen you have to wonder if you are going to be able to make it...
In 2010, the rock band The National released their fifth album, High Violet, which marked their ten-year transition from quietly celebrated critical darlings to international rock stars. As...
Every year, the best skateboarders around the world compete for a place in the NYC Street League contest. Out of the thousands that battle for a chance to enter, only the top eight make it to the...
"Out of Print" was the first film I attended and the‭ ‬Clearview Cinemas Chelsea in New York this weekend and I was‭ ‬quite‭ ‬happy with the film.‭ ‬Out of Print is a documentary about books,‭ ‬...
Set at the Elysee Palace, ‘Haute Cuisine’ tells the true story of Hortense Laborie, a chef who was plucked from her successful provincial restaurant to serve as personal chef to the president of...
“Big Bad Wolves” begins as a funny, brilliant thriller, which is all the more reason why the second half makes you feel awful. Israeli directors Aharon Keshales and Navat Papushado set up a...
There are a number of interesting parts to Neil Jordan’s “Byzantium“, his first foray into vampire cinema since 1994’s adaptation of Anne Rice’s “Interview with a Vampire.” The film looks great,...
“Bridegroom” is a sentimental (most of the time heavy-handedly so) common sense documentary to the gay marriage debate, which is exactly the reason why it will fail to convince anyone who hasn’t...
“Red Obsession” is a surprisingly profound documentary. Before watching this I would only think of wine as a fruity, great tasting drink that goes pretty well with steak or an Italian meal or...