2014 appears to be the year of the doppelganger, or more specifically, the year of film adaptations based on doppelganger-centric literature as writer/director Richard Ayoade rolls out his sophomore effort, The Double, co-written with Avi Korine based on the novella by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Much like his debut, 2010's Submarine, Ayoade's latest cinematic offering showcases his ability to pantomime his various influences, married perfectly with his deadpan wit and humor; however, with his latest he gradually begins to display a distinctive visual...
The superhero film adaptations keep on a coming! Yet…this may be the first one get truly excited for, even if it is a bit perplexing. Earlier today, Ren & Stimpy’s original creator, John Kricfalusi, announced via his blog
Now it’s time to break down the female performances of the year; much like their male counterpoints, there are a number of performances that will be discussed for quite some time, but there will also be a number of
There were a number of notable performances, lead and supporting, from this year; some are obvious and will be talked about incessantly for quite some time, especially with Oscar season upon us, but I also wanted to take