What makes Marriage Story unbalanced and faintly dishonest is that we end up rooting for the clueless male egomaniac.
A round-up of films seen and people talked to at this year’s Provincetown International Film Festival — a moveable feast.
Like some of the best New Wave films of the ’60s, “Frances Ha” brims with the giddy optimism of youth.
Despite some poignant moments, “Greenberg” ends up as a half-cooked film about half-cooked people. Reviewed By Justin Marble In perhaps the most revealing scene in Noah Baumbach’s latest film, “Greenberg,” Ben Stiller’s title character stands in the middle of a party, alone, as the director’s camera slowly moves in on him from above. The partygoers […]