Feeding the celebrity beast is the theme captured in The Bronze, an indie dramedy from director Bryan Buckley (2013 Best Live Action Short Film nominee for Asad),
from the poisoned pens of Winston Rauch and Melissa Rauch,
I have concluded that
the world of young-adult fiction follows a mind-numbing adherence to
pursuing projects rooted in the tried and true, the overly familiar and
the safest, least risk-averse course available.
In the treacherous, calculated world of House of Cards, Frank and Claire Underwood could always
depend on one another. But both Frank and Claire begin to unravel
from mounting stress and pressure in Season 4.
In this urban jungle, where animals rule, a sly
fox of a con artist named Nick Wilde (voiced by Jason Bateman) must team
up with Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin), an eager by-the-books rookie
bunny cop, to unravel a conspiracy that goes all the way to the top of
the food chain.
Last week, I joined the legion of readers descending, en masse, upon bookstores and Amazon for a chance to delve into New York Times film critic A. O. Scott’s Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth.