Posted in September 2018

“Robert Redford’s Last Role Is A Dazzling Film With A Simple Message: Do What Makes You Happy”

“Robert Redford’s Last Role Is A Dazzling Film With A Simple Message: Do What Makes You Happy”


Minor note about The Old Man & the Gun: As of now, David Lowery is 2 for 4 with me, having won me over with Pete’s Dragon and lost me on both Ain’t Them Bodies Saints and A Ghost Story*. The Old Man & the Gun reads like a snow globe, a capsule containing every sort of movie Lowery grew … Continue reading

Review: Primaveras, Echoes in the Well of Being

Review: Primaveras, Echoes in the Well of Being


Good day, lords and ladies! I did an album review! A California album review! Because, I’ve got to tell you: Primaveras’ first album, Echoes in the Well of Being, is either a love letter to California or a depressive picture of life dissatisfied in California, depending on how you choose to hear it. Regardless, I dig its … Continue reading

“The 25 Best Movies of 1998”

“The 25 Best Movies of 1998”


I haven’t watched Happiness in years, and I honestly wasn’t expecting to revisit it ever in my life. Yet here I am, writing about it up on the pages of Paste Magazine for the Movies section’s Best Movies of 1998 list. What a thing. My write-up makes the film sound miserable, which it is, and it makes … Continue reading