Sean Durkin's psychological drama Martha Marcy May Marlene has been earning solid reviews on the festival circuit--particularly directed towards newcomer Elizabeth Olsen, whose performance is said lie somewhere between Oscar-worthy and capable of immediately rendering her the dominant Olsen in this universe sector. If the first trailer for the film didn't convince you of this assessment, maybe this new one will help you decide if it's all hype or if Mary-Kate and Ashley truly need to start considering dire measures to reclaim their seats at the top of the Olsen pile. The time for merging into MegaOlsen may be upon us.
When Martha Marcy May Marlene arrived at Sundance early this year, big buzz quickly formed around the picture--particularly on two big newcomers: writer-director Sean Durkin and actress Elizabeth Olsen, a bonus, younger Olsen we'd been saving in case anything were to happen to ... / Continue →
Based on the true story of poet Mark O'Brien, Ben Lewin's The Sessions stars the always-entertaining John Hawkes as a 38-year-old whose polio has left him paralyzed and virginal. In the hopes of remedying that second point, Hawkes gets the religious approval of Daryl Hall-haire... / Continue →
Remember that clean, new-smelling Olsen we found on the set of Martha Marcy May Marlene? Well, now she's stuck in a house with some dude(s), and apparently that scenario has been filmed in real-time. It's the 24 of Panic Rooms! Or something like that.... / Continue →