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On Christmas day, I marked my one year anniversary of moving from San Francisco to New York City. It's been an interesting year for me; a cocktail of good and bad that's given me a lubricated view of my new home. The city shifts between gifts and tolls. It's the stumble home after greeting sunrise with a bleeding forehead. In New York, no one is ever sober.
It's probably just as well that the best documentary about New York features someone who appears perpetually under the influence. Timothy "Speed" Levitch is a character so engrossing that it's unclear if the subject of the film is New York City or Levitch himself.
One could say that it's obviously him, but that discredits the fact that The Cruise is still a wonderful portrait of New York thanks to the native Levitch. Most people's first exposure to this man is probably in Richard Linklater's 2001 film Waking Life, »
- Arya Ponto
Kathryn Morris is getting ready for the majors as she signs up for Columbia Pictures' "Moneyball". The baseball drama, based off the nonfiction novel by Michael Lewis, focuses on how general manager Billy Beane uses a computer-generated analysis to draft players on a budget for the major league team the Oakland A's. The cast is pretty hefty in the big stars sense with the likes of Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, Robin Wright and Philip Seymour Hoffman on board. Morris is one lucky woman, taking on the role of Billy Beane's (Pitt) second wife who shares a mutual interest in the sport. Well, she's a lucky woman in most female's eyes, though the attraction of the famous actor is something that I could never quite get at all. Principal photography on the Bennett Miller film is slated for next week in the Los Angeles area. Miller sounds familiar to you, »
2 items from 2010
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