August 30th, 2007 by Luciana | No Comments |
Next Tuesday sees the release of a DVD some film buffs have craved for years, occasionally going so far as to buy foreign editions that require special region-free players: “Night on Earth.” Jim Jarmusch’s 1991 comedy is one of the director’s most accessible fiction features, yet somehow it’s his last to come out on DVD.
August 3rd, 2007 by Luciana | No Comments |
“The Ten” is a bizarre tale of tales narrated by Paul Rudd, who also served as a co-producer. This film includes all Ten Commandments, with overlapping characters and stories. For example, Adam Brody breaks the first commandment, “Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” by becoming an idolized God-like figure and causes his wife, Kelly (Winona Ryder), to leave him.
July 31st, 2007 by Luciana | No Comments |
A new movie set to be released this Friday will feature the Ten Commandments from the Bible in a very unflattering way.
”The Ten,” written by the same director of Wet Hot American Summer, is a compilation of ten different stories, each depicting one of the ancient commandments given to Moses by God.
July 25th, 2007 by Luciana | No Comments |
I didn’t think it was possible to break any more movie taboos yet somehow David Wain succeeded. Describing the movie is nearly impossible — part Borat, part Woody Allen. Winona Ryder seduces a wooden puppet, then plays a parody of herself.
July 7th, 2006 by Luciana | No Comments |
Winona Ryder, quem diria, não acabou no Irajá. Depois de uma temporada complicada, com prisões em lojas de grife em Los Angeles graças aos seus ataques de cleptomania, e depois de participar de alguns filmecos, a atriz retorna num grande projeto. Ufa! Já não era sem tempo.
November 7th, 1996 by Luciana | No Comments |
Winona Ryder had a devil of a time getting into character for her latest role in The Crucible.
In this powerful story of the 17th century witch trials in Salem, Mass., Ryder plays Abigale Williams, the teenage servant girl who unleashed a witch-hunting frenzy in an isolated religious community.
July 10th, 1989 by Luciana | No Comments |
The movie’s most delicate accomplishment is its funny, sympathetic depiction of Lewis’s love affair with the schoolgirl Myra (on whose memoirs the film is based). Winona Ryder again proves herself the most gifted and endearing teen actress around. She plays off Quaid’s manic romantic assault with breathtaking spontaneity, her fresh, wide-eyed face running the scale of adolescent emotions, from glazed puppy love to pop-eyed bewilderment.
April 25th, 1986 by Luciana | No Comments |
Ryder, the Petaluma High School freshman who stars in the hit movie “Lucas” said she’s always wanted to be an actress, “ever since I was a little girl. I remember I could lie real good. I loved to eat chewable vitamin C’s but my parents would only give me so many. I could thin up the greatest stories about how they were missing and why.