Josh Rosenblatt

Josh Rosenblatt writes about film from New York City.

By Josh Rosenblatt:

 

The Unwatchable ‘Sicario’

by | Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 8:00 am CST
drugs
Culture

‘Deep Web’ Probes Mastermind Behind Online Black Market

"Deep Web," the latest documentary from writer/director/actor Alex Winter, follows Ulbricht’s story down the rabbit hole and through the maze of the dark net, an encrypted hidden network of websites offering safe havens and lines of communication for criminals, journalists, extremists, whistleblowers and others for whom anonymity and secrecy are essential. Read More

Culture

In the Austin of Andrew Bujalski’s Results, Aimlessness is a Sin

Independent writer/director Andrew Bujalski's newest film, "Results," follows a modern-day love triangle of three imperfect people grasping not just for romance, but for meaning. That premise is full of possibilities, which is why it’s so disappointing that it never quite coheres. Read More

Culture

Robert Duvall’s Unexamined Melodrama, ‘Wild Horses’

Robert Duvall's new Western, Wild Horses, tells the story of a Texas Ranger who uncovers a 15-year-old missing persons case. But instead of becoming a compelling drama, Duvall delivers an uninspired narrative that feels incomplete and unexamined. Read More

Culture

The Observer Review: Our Secret Life in the Movies

Our Secret Life in the Movies offers dueling fragmentary bursts of short fiction that blur the lines between memoir, fiction and homage, and offer a peek inside the minds of two men raised on movies at the tail end of the Cold War. Read More

Articles
Top