Danny Boyle Puts Us in a Nolan-esque 'Trance'

1 Comment · Wednesday, April 10, 2013
High-end art auctioneer Simon (James McAvoy) cues us in to the ins and outs of the security necessary to protect near-priceless works of art from the would-be thugs out there with enough “muscle and nerve” to dare to burst into an auction house and steal a painting.  

Olympic Songs, Black Keys Sue and Beatles Desecration

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Danny Boyle reveals his Olympic playlist, The Black Keys sue Home Depot and Pizza Hut for ripping them off and Beatles desecration hits an all-time low with ZhuZhu Pets Meet The Beatles.  

Man of Movement: Danny Boyle

An adventurous filmmaker discusses '127 Hours'

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Danny Boyle's '127 Hours' is another intriguing entry in the 54-year-old British director's diverse, rapidly expanding collection of films. Since his impressive mid-1990s one-two breakthrough of 'Shallow Grave' and 'Trainspotting,' Boyle has tried his hand at a number of genres, the sign of an adventurous filmmaker eager to take on new challenges. He discusses his career and '127 Hours' with CityBeat.  

127 Hours (Review)

Danny Boyle and James Franco team up for compelling true-life story

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 23, 2010
'127 Hours' is based on mountain climber Aron Ralston's memoir about his misadventure in Utah's Canyonlands National Park where he became trapped by a boulder and was forced to cut off his own arm in order to save his life. Boyle has fun playing with the challenge of presenting such a tale by compressing time with things like dream sequences that mirror Ralston's warped mental state that floated in while trapped in the middle of the desert. Grade: A.  

Fall Preview: Looking Forward With Eager Eyes

A discerning look at the upcoming big screen slate

1 Comment · Wednesday, September 1, 2010
I'll skip the diatribe about how the year in movies has been so far. It sucks. Let's look forward. The second half of the year brings everything from film festival favorites and art house Oscar bait to documentaries and big-budget blockbusters.  

Slumdog Millionaire (Review)

Danny Boyle's Indian reality TV story is teeming with tensions

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 10, 2008
The world's second-largest city, with 13.6 million people, Mumbai (formerly Bombay) is an industrious booming place: a financial, media and glamour center for all of Asia but home to sectarian violence, as the world recently saw. 'Slumdog Millionaire' shows a Mumbai that's hard-edged and fast-moving yet also influenced by happy Bollywood romantic melodramas.