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Movie Review: Liberal Arts

Marshall Fine | Posted 11.17.2012 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

With Liberal Arts, actor and director Josh Radnor proves that he knows a thing or two about love, romance and the human element that always seems to trip people up in pursuit of either.

Josh Radnor On 'Liberal Arts,' 'Twilight' And 'How I Met Your Mother'

The Huffington Post | Mike Ryan | Posted 03.27.2012 | Entertainment

It's hard to say why, but there seems to be a hesitation on the part of popular society to accept Josh Radnor as a filmmaker. While his co-stars on "H...

OFF-HOLLYWOOD: The Five Indie Movies to See This Month

Leonard Maltin | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Leonard Maltin

By Leonard Maltin The Oscars are history for another year, but they continue to be part of the conversation when it comes to foreign-language films ...

Why I Chose "happythankyoumoreplease" Over "sadscrewyougetlost"

Josh Radnor | Posted 03.02.2011 | Entertainment
Josh Radnor

There is a strange bias that many critics and cultural tastemakers share when it comes to optimism in film: feel-good movies are less sophisticated than feel-bad movies.

HuffPost Review: HappyThankYouMorePlease

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

When I saw Josh Radnor's HappyThankYouMorePlease at Sundance in 2010, I wrote that it was "a hit-and-miss romantic comedy, a little too eager to pleas...

Favorites from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival

Roya Rastegar | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Roya Rastegar

Utopia was not only moving but a reminder that there's power conjured through the experience of collectively watching cinema. For this reason, it aptly captures the spirit of rebellion that Sundance 2010 was all about.

Live from Sundance Film Festival 2010: Day 3

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

I happened to catch three films in a row on Saturday at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival that all dealt with issues of family, particularly the idea of creating a family from people to whom you aren't necessarily related.