I'm simply a slut for cinema, a big ol' movie whore, a high-end prostitute of the filmic form.
Tacky lunacy at the bottom of a magnum-sized bottle of wine, The Woman in the Window is Joe Wright’s trashy stab at combining Hitchcockian homage with a Lifetime Original Movie. I don’t know what people wanted from this silly little movie, but I found just what I was looking for and had an overall great time letting the hackneyed/obvious twists come into focus. Just take an edible, sit back and override any impulse to predict what might happen next, replacing…
A recombination of so many things I’d seen before but never in this light or angle, and a few moments that were so brilliant I couldn’t believe they’ve never been committed to screen before now. An absolute must on as large a screen as possible to really drive home the feeling of seeing a Vermeer come to life. Bravo.
I’m beyond thrilled that Charlie Kaufman revived the Meet the Parents franchise, I thought it was risky not having Ben Stiller or Robert De Niro involved but it really paid off. Robert Zemeckis proved to be a great influence and collaborator.
Who wants some ham? I know I do!