by Michael Cecconi Let’s hear it for stop-motion animation. Knowing that each moment captured on film is a decision mulled over and made 30 times per second lets you know you have entered the vision of an artist.
by Michael Cecconi Mamma Mia. Haters be hating. I hope there isn’t a statute of limitations on movie critique. I hope that there isn’t a special place in hell for those who lambast an entire cast filled with revered actors. I hope I never need to make a Long Island Iced Tea again. I hope […]
by Michael Cecconi How many drops make an ocean? How many pixels until the picture becomes clear? How many licks to the middle of a Tootsie Roll Pop?
by Michael Cecconi Happy Halloween 2015! Now just put these glasses on.
Welcome to issue 73 of EatDrinkFilms. This week’s issue brings a variety of responses to the vitality of Anthony Lucero’s Oakland-set movie East Side Sushi. In one of two installments of “Critics Corner” this week, Tien-Tien L. Jong foregrounds the film’s layered approach to tradition and its dedication to a woman’s story, of self-determination, while […]
by Michael Cecconi To peak, or not to peak. What were your teenage years about?