Author: Edward Douglas

Edward Douglas

LRM’s 10 Most Anticipated Sundance Film Festival Premieres

Later this week, LRM will be attending this year’s Sundance Film Festival. While the festival tends to be a mixed bag of indie films, some will be picked up for distribution by studios and turned

Sundance: The 10 Very Best Films from the 2017 Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival is officially over and the awards have already been handed out, both the official ones and our own Unconventional Awards, and out of the roughly thirty films I saw during my

Sundance 2017: Climate Change and Cussing Nuns Kick of 33rd Film Festival

As in the past few years, the 2017 Sundance Film Festival kicked off with a sampling of six movies from the different sections, but the movie that probably had the most interest right off the

The Weekend Warrior’s Unconventional Sundance Awards 2017

Welcome to the first, hopefully annual, Weekend Warrior Sundance Awards, where I go through the couple dozen movies I had a chance to see over the course of the past week and pick some of

Film Review: The LEGO Batman Movie

If anyone is wondering how a “LEGO Batman Movie” would work exactly, that question is partially answered within the movie's opening title credits, narrated by Will Arnett, the voice of LEGO Batman. This Batman is

The Weekend Warrior 1/13/17: Patriots Day, Monster Trucks, Live by Night, Sleepless, The Bye Bye Man

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.    THIS PAST WEEKEND: The year started

The LRM Interview: Talkin’ 20th Century Women and Talking Heads with Director Mike Mills

While Mike Mills may not have been the most prolific filmmaker since adapting Walter Kirn’s Thumbsucker for his first feature in 2005, his ability to get great performances out of his casts is undeniable, especially

The LRM Interview with Hidden Figures Director Theodore Melfi

One of the nicer surprises of the year is Hidden Figures, the inspirational true story of three African-American women working at Langley as “computers” (i.e. mathematical experts) during the early ‘60s helped get the first

The LRM Interview with Passengers Director Morten Tyldum

The new Star Wars movie isn’t the only space odyssey looking to bring you into movie theaters over the holidays, as the long-in-development Passengers will finally be released, partially thanks to Norwegian filmmaker Morten Tyldum

The Weekend Warriors Top 25 Movies (and Terrible 10) of 2016

The year is almost over, which means it’s time for the Weekend Warrior to do his annual list of his favorite movies of the year. You have to understand that even though I only brought