Nostalgia is a hell of a thing...but I still can't do the Meringue.
Doing a little prep work for "The Invisible Man" i decided to stumble into "Her Smell" and it makes me wonder why I waited so long.
This is top-notch stuff for everyone involved, and you can smell the drugs, booze and violence oozing from the screen.
Elizabeth Moss is too damn good and that's all I have to say about that.
There isn't much to say about "Boyhood" that hasn't already been said. It's a gamble that turned into something transcendent, something pure, something honest, something universal. While I understand an audiences' apprehension about the "coming-of-age" genre, "Boyhood" is something else that goes that genre and creates an honest film about growing up. While film's portray growing up as something sensational and how just one life event will determine your entire future and the type of person you WILL become, "Boyhood"…