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Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach have made frequent appearances at the New York Film Festival over the years, and in 2012 they turned up together with Frances Ha, an ebullient career high for both that led to further professional and personal collaboration (they’re partners in life and subsequently made the equally great Mistress America). The easy narrative about Gerwig’s collaborations with Baumbach is that as his co-writer and star, she lightened up his misanthropy...
The latest film from Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel, came out two-and-a-half years ago, but it feels much longer ago than that. It's just under two years, now, since it was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars and earned the director his first Academy Award nomination for directing, and his third for writing. Finally, the thirst for more from Anderson can be at least quasi-quenched, as he has graced us with a new short...
Think about the inherent joy that you feel when you sit down at your local watering hole, ready to decompress after a long week and finally have a couple adult beverages. You order your cocktail, and man, it's good. I mean really good. And then you have an added bonus: your bartender makes a sarcastic comment. Not mean, but, you know, you don't quite realize how funny it was until he's already begun to...
Fans of Futura type font, symmetrical shots, and Bill Murray should be pleased with the schedule at Bushwick’s Syndicated this week, as the watering hole/eatery/cinema hybrid is holding a ‘Wes Anderson Week,’ screening the eccentric director’s films each night through Sunday. Beginning tonight at 6:00, Syndicated will show Moonrise Kingdom, which will repeat at 8:15 and 10:30. Tomorrow night The Grand Budapest Hotel, an Oscar nominee a few years ago, will screen at the same three times....

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