Posts Tagged ‘Gael Garcia Bernal’

Review: Museo

— by RON WILKINSON — Dumb and Dumber meet The Joker. Try as you might, these two, in the hands of brilliant director Alonso Ruizpalacios, defy categorization, or explanation. Their outrageous acts are at the same time thoughtless and brilliant. Gael García Bernal does the heavy lifting [...]

Review: You’re Killing Me Susana

— by BEV QUESTAD — Yeah, Susana (Verónica Echegui) is killing everyone watching this film. She’s Natalie Portman-beautiful and haunting — no match for Eligio (Gael García Bernal), her weak-minded husband. She is the responsible, talented, good-looking writer and he is an irresp[...]

Sony Pictures Classics Says Yes to No

Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American rights to Pablo Larraín’s Cannes Directors’ Fortnight sensation “No” from financier Participant Media in association with Funny Balloons and Fabula. “No” stars Gael García Bernal (“Babel,” “The Motorcycle Diaries”),[...]

Under Review: ‘Letters to Juliet’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Romeo and Juliet. The ultimate couple. They may have met a tragic, premature end, but their love story has lived on for centuries as a representation of true, unconditional love. Now, the timeless tale is the basis for the token rom-com of the summer movie season. In &[...]

Ten Clips from ‘Letters to Juliet’

— by ALEXA MILAN — The summer movie season gets off to a romantic start with “Letters to Juliet,” the latest rom-com set in a foreign locale starring Amanda Seyfried. Sophie (Seyfried), a spirited American girl visiting Verona, Italy, stumbles upon the supposed courtyard of[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Letters to Juliet’

— by RACHEL COYNE — Ah Juliet … I can’t do the talk like they talk on the TV, and I can’t do a love song like the way it’s meant to be … In what looks to be another predictable Hollywood romantic drama, Amanda Seyfried is American tourist Sophie, who is visiting[...]