“Twenty years ago, Jim Carrey became a legend practically overnight. He was more or less unknown before starring in three 1994 comedies—Ace Venture: Pet Detective, The Mask, and Dumb and Dumber—that still stand as some of the most hilarious films ever created.” Nick Honeywell talks classic comedies.
“What if just going to see a movie could help empty half of all the hospital beds in the world?”
“Do you or anyone you know brush your teeth?” Sure. Everybody does.
“All maps, no matter how detailed, leave plenty of room for secrets.” Robin Beery reviews Trap Street, which appeared at the 2014 Indy Film Fest.
We watched, listened to, and read a lot of stuff this year. Here’s what we liked.
“Did Fred Madison recreate his past in his mind? Or was he trying to justify his whole life through the avatar of Pete Dayton, almost like a videogame, only more real?” Peter Tieryas Liu considers Lost Highway.