I found myself oddly perturbed by Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture. What was it that set me on edge? It may be Dunham's absolute confidence in telling a story about a character who gradually loses our sympathy.
If you're not already a Burroughs aficionado, this documentary will teach you little about his work and probably not inspire you to seek it out, either. If you are already a Burroughs fan, chances are that you'll have heard it all before.
This October 9 would've been the 70th birthday of John Lennon, a statement that can't help but make one wonder about what could have been. It's hard to remember that he was once just a lad growing up in working-class post-World War II Liverpool
Owls have not had the best PR lately. What with the persistently insulting blog Hungover Owls and Hedwig serving as Harry Potter's man-servant. Lucky for the species, they now have Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, to pull up their image.
In a time of moviemaking where fiction is shot to look like a documentary or a home video -- think The Blair Witch Project, Cloverfield and most recently, The Last Exorcism, -- Catfish is the exact opposite.