The Way is written and directed by Emilio Estevez and stars his father, Martin Sheen. I was able to hear both men speak at the screening I attended and their […]Read more
“This is the business we’ve chosen!” Jill Malcolm and Ryan Silberstein, two self-described film aficionados, tell it like it is about the latest and greatest movies. They are Contributing editors here at Cinedelphia, writing partners, and founders of Filmhash.com.
It seems fitting that What’s Your Number? opens with a scene almost identical to the one that opens Bridesmaids, as the two films share similar subject matter. Both films star women who […]Read more
I Don’t Know How She Does It never had a chance. The subject matter alone leaves the film open to ridicule and scrutiny so much so that even if one […]Read more
Seven Days in Utopia is perhaps the most blatant piece of propaganda I have recently come across in mainstream cinema. The new “inspirational” sports drama, based on the novel Golf’s Sacred […]Read more
When Tate Taylor set out to write his screenplay for The Help, he must have been nervous. Kathryn Stockett’s wildly popular novel not only has a loyal fan base but a […]Read more