Why Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Is Having a
Why Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Is Having a Moment on TV TIMEMunchausen syndrome by proxy appears to be having an unexpected moment—at least on television. Here's why the disorder makes for such absorbing drama.
Posted on 16 May 2019 | 8:16 am
Upstream: Jonathan on Amazon Prime - G33K-HQ
Upstream: Jonathan on Amazon Prime G33K-HQThis offering from Upstream is Bill Oliver's Jonathan. Written (along with his two long time writing partners, Greg Davis & Peter Nickowitz) and directed by Oliver, ...
Posted on 15 May 2019 | 2:29 pm
2019 Cannes Film Festival: Elle Fanning on
2019 Cannes Film Festival: Elle Fanning on Growing Up in Film WWDAs the youngest member of the jury of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, the American actress at 21 has lived a life in film.
Posted on 15 May 2019 | 10:53 am
A simple plot points to high art | Arts and
A simple plot points to high art | Arts and Culture Mail and GuardianWho decides: Edmund Brundish (Bill Nighy) and Violet Gamart (Patricia Clarkson) are on opposite sides of the literary battle in 'The Bookshop', a tale of how ...
Posted on 3 May 2019 | 12:00 am
Patty vs. Patty: Does Arquette or Clarkson
Patty vs. Patty: Does Arquette or Clarkson have the edge in their Emmy battle of evil moms? Gold DerbyPatricia Arquette and Patricia Clarkson could face off in the limited series/ TV movie supporting actress category at the Emmys for both playing mothers suffering ...
Posted on 27 April 2019 | 12:00 am
Portia de Rossi, Andrew Rannells, &
Portia de Rossi, Andrew Rannells, & Patricia Clarkson Attend Housing Works' Goundbreaker Awards Just JaredPortia de Rossi hits the red carpet at the 2019 Housing Works' Groundbreaker Awards Dinner on Wednesday night (April 24) at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New ...
Posted on 24 April 2019 | 12:00 am
Emmy Predictions 2019: Best Supporting
Emmy Predictions 2019: Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie IndieWireMultiple series and movies offer multiple contenders in a crowded Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or TV Movie Emmy category.
Posted on 17 April 2019 | 12:00 am
Patricia Clarkson: from charactor actor to
Patricia Clarkson: from charactor actor to top billing The AustralianPatricia Clarkson tells me shes feeling rather more famous than she used to, which makes sense. A gifted character actress able to encapsulate patrician poise, ...
Posted on 13 April 2019 | 12:00 am
"Casting is everything." - Meet
"Casting is everything." - Meet director Carol Morley of The Alcohol Years and the Patricia Clarkson neo-noir Out of Blue. The 405We caught up with rising director Carol Morley (The Falling, The Alcohol Years) for our second chat on her highly-cerebral and sublimely-beautiful neo-noir Out ...
Posted on 5 April 2019 | 12:00 am
Out of Blue review – Carol Morley's
Out of Blue review – Carol Morley's visionary thriller The GuardianPatricia Clarkson's homicide cop is the enigma in the director's inspired reworking of a Martin Amis crime novel.
Posted on 31 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Patricia Clarkson: ‘I wanted to be one of
Patricia Clarkson: ‘I wanted to be one of the great theatrical thespians’ The Irish TimesThe versatile actor on her love of theatre and playing an androgynous cop in Out of Blue.
Posted on 30 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Out of Blue: An odd film characterised by
Out of Blue: An odd film characterised by odd occurrences The Irish TimesReview: Patricia Clarkson's great performance is not enough to make a good film.
Posted on 29 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Patricia Clarkson on tackling PTSD and
Patricia Clarkson on tackling PTSD and recovery in Out of Blue HarpersBAZAAR.comPatricia Clarkson has revealed the profound complexities of playing a hardened detective who suffers from PSTD and breaks her sobriety in Carol Morley's ...
Posted on 28 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Director Morley says Patricia Clarkson
Director Morley says Patricia Clarkson became character RTE.ieDirector Carol Morley has spoken about Patricia Clarkson's turn in her new noir-drama Out of Blue, saying the acclaimed Hollywood star fully immersed herself ...
Posted on 26 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Patricia Clarkson’s ‘Out of Blue’ Is a
Patricia Clarkson’s ‘Out of Blue’ Is a Metaphysical Morass of Mumbo Jumbo ObserverIn addition to her talent for moving into every role she plays with overwhelming honesty and dedication, Patricia Clarkson, one of the most versatile and unjustly ...
Posted on 25 March 2019 | 12:00 am
‘Out of Blue’ Film Review: Patricia
‘Out of Blue’ Film Review: Patricia Clarkson Tracks a Killer in Unwieldy Philosophical Whodunit TheWrapThis adaptation of a Martin Amis novel wants to be both coolly contemplative and a detective thriller, and the balance rarely holds.
Posted on 22 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Reivew: 'Out Of Blue' Is A Whodunit About
Reivew: 'Out Of Blue' Is A Whodunit About Stars And Star Power NPRThis introspective (and occasionally downright lethargic) existential whodunit starring Patricia Clarkson and a cast of ringers is based on the Martin Amis novel ...
Posted on 21 March 2019 | 12:00 am
‘Out of Blue’ Review: Seeking a Suspect
‘Out of Blue’ Review: Seeking a Suspect in a Suspect Adaptation The New York TimesBased on the Martin Amis murder mystery “Night Train,” the movie retains several of its central characters but very little else.
Posted on 21 March 2019 | 12:00 am
Review: Patricia Clarkson stars in sketchy
Review: Patricia Clarkson stars in sketchy crime thriller ‘Out of Blue’ Los Angeles TimesStarring Patricia Clarkson and James Caan, "Out of Blue” is a messy adaptation of Martin Amis' 1997 novel “Night Train,” set in New Orleans and about a cop ...
Posted on 20 March 2019 | 12:00 am
How Patricia Clarkson's New Crime Thriller
How Patricia Clarkson's New Crime Thriller Twists Noir Tropes To Tell A Female-Driven Story BustleIn the dark, metaphysical noir Out of Blue, in select theaters and available on demand on Mar. 22, Patricia Clarkson isn't the hardened Missouri belle of Sharp ...
Posted on 19 March 2019 | 7:10 am
Resolved Question: Is it wrong if I like a
I've gotten a crush on Patricia Clarkson. She may be my mom's age, but she's very charming and a great actress?
Posted on 20 December 2012 | 2:06 pm
Resolved Question: Am I weird for having a
She's 3 years younger than my mom, and I'm 19 years old, but I'm really attracted to her for some reason?
Posted on 19 December 2012 | 11:29 am
Resolved Question: Does Anyone Think They
I really need to know the name of a short film. I forget what the title is, but I remember it was a certain year, but in the future.
The film was about a man and his wife sitting in their living room while the woman sewed. He kept having these flashbacks of his son being arrested. The TV was on and they were watching the nightly premiere of a ballet show. Everyone in the world had these things called handicaps so that everyone was the same. Beautiful people wore masks, people with good hearing wore thins to prevent them from hearing well, people who were strong or fast wore weights to keep them down and the likes.
While watching TV the wife talks to the man and then goes into the kitchen to wash the dishes. The man is still sitting in his armchair when an important news broadcast comes through, a man had just broken out of jail and he was wearing no handicaps, he was extremely dangerous and they were telling people to be on the lookout. Then they returned to the ballet show.
Then the guy they were talking about entered the room and started telling people how the handicaps weren't right and how he had planted a bomb under the theatre and stuff. Then he used examples to show how people should be able to be unique. One of his examples was on of the ballerinas who took off all of her handicaps. Another was a violinist who was exceptionally good.
Meanwhile the police found and disarmed the bomb.
Then up top the man who had escaped told the violinist to play and the ballerina started to dance and the doors burst open and a bunch of swat people came in and then the show was put on standby. But the man who was on the stage had another button and he pressed it, and it made you think he had anotherr bomb but instead it put the channel on live again so everyone in the world saw a lady come in and shoot the man on the stage.
In the end the woman washing dishes comes back into the living room and the man goes into his room.
I know that's not much to work with, but if anyones seen it before, or could find it for me, I'd be eternally grateful.
Posted on 11 November 2011 | 2:35 pm
Resolved Question: Favorites: Part ll.
Sally Field vs. Meryl Streep
Cameron Diaz vs. Elizabeth Banks
Melissa Leo vs. Laura Linney
Annette Bening vs. Diane Keaton
Helena Bonham Carter vs. Catherine Keener
Jessica Lange vs. Kathy Bates (Misery)
Helen Mirren vs. Susan Sarandon
Judi Dench vs. Glen Close
Julianne Moore vs. Frances McDormand
Jodie Foster vs. Holly Hunter
Emily Mortimer vs. Tilda Swinton
Patricia Clarkson vs. Toni Collette
Noomi Rapace vs. Amy Ryan
Sandra Bullock vs. Robin Wright (Penn)
Penelope Cruz vs. Salma Hayek
Reese Witherspoon vs. Claire Danes
Julia Roberts vs. Halle Berry
Natalie Portman vs. Anne Hathaway
Nicole Kidman vs. Angelina Jolie
Naomi Watts vs. Marisa Tomei
Keira Knightley vs. Hillary Swank
Rachel McAdams vs. Scarlett Johansson
January Jones vs. Olivia Wilde
Catherine Zeta Jones vs. Charlize Theron
Diane Kruger vs. Kate Beckinsale
Kristin Stewart vs. Emma Stone
Ellen Page vs. Jennifer Lawerence
Sharon Stone vs. Kim Basinger
Zooey Deschanel vs. Mila Kunis
Jessica Biel vs. Jessica Alba
Megan Fox vs. Kristen Bell
- Wow. Many excellent actresses out there. Choose Wisely! Not Really. Just Have Fun!!
Posted on 24 August 2011 | 12:32 am
Resolved Question: My review of the film
I like Patricia Clarkson, but what the heck was up with her this time? It's
like she acted through a drug induced coma, no energy, no umph whatsoever. Her performance was like a straight line on a heart monitor and it was very frustrating to watch. I was
intrigued by Cairo, and the culture surrounding her, but the essence of the story was bland and dry like the Sahara desert.
Posted on 27 February 2011 | 1:07 pm