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J.K. Simmons plays borderline-psychotic music instructor Terence Fletcher in the acclaimed Whiplash.
Our coastal forests have seen their fair share of beautiful corpses, perhaps none more exquisite than Juno Temple’s.
Anything involving the Icelandic singer tends to be immersive—you sometimes surrender to her whims more than you enjoy them—and that’s doubly true of this concert.
It would be asking a lot of any actor to play the lead opposite veteran J.K. Simmons for an entire feature film.
These films raise interesting questions about what is becoming of our city.
It almost feels like walking into a villain’s lair.
Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children is, like many of his films, a modern-day morality play.
“It’s completely fucking ridiculous,” says Haney.
There appears to be an opportunity for the Vancouver International Film Festival to recognize.
By all accounts, not a whole lot was expected from the project, which aired on FX. Today, Archer is a cult hit.