BY Elle Brosh in Movies on Mar 07, 2014 |
Wes Anderson's newest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, came out today and I don't know about you, but all of those luscious color schemes made me want to re-watch his entire film canon and... eat. Well people, we're in luck because Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn is holding a, "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" FILM FEAST on Wednesday, March 12th at 7:15pm.
What is this you may ask? Well, NiteHawk Cinema is famous for serving food and drinks in their theaters, and I ... Read More
BY Molly Simms in Movies on Jul 10, 2012 |
It’s not exactly the popcorn action flick you think of when you hear the phrase “summer movie,” but Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom may be one of the most evocative portrayals of that season that I’ve seen. It takes place in summer 1965 on a craggy New England island, and you can practically smell the salty sea air through the screen. The film centers on two unlikely lovebirds: preteens Sam Shakusky (an orphan and a dedicated ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow in Style File on Jul 02, 2012 |
When I was younger, I lasted in my local chapter of the girl scouts for a whole two weeks before I quit. In that time frame I never got any cool patches or anything, but I did get to sell and eat lots of those delicious thin mint and coconut-y cookies. And although all of the women who ran my sect of the girl scouts were extremely pretentious, I’ve always secretly found scout culture interesting.
Wes Anderson’s new movie, Moonrise Kingdom, follows the ... Read More
BY Intern Arielle in Movies on Jan 16, 2012 |
Calling all Wes Anderson junkies: if you haven't already feasted your eyes upon the new trailer for Moonrise Kingdom, it's about time that you do. Set in 1965, the story follows Suzy and Sam, two New England preteens who fall in love and run away together. After a wave of panic washes over the town, the local sheriff enlists the help of an eclectic yet endearing group of boy scouts in search of the runaways. At some point, the sublime Bill Murray is half-naked ... Read More
BY shannon carlin in Style File on Nov 11, 2011 |
Obviously it’s Veteran’s Day, but did you know it’s also National Corduroy Day? Well it is. I mean how can you not take advantage of such a momentous occasion as 11|11|11, which as corduroy enthusiasts realized a few years back, looks a lot like the fabric’s striped pattern.
The golden age of corduroy was in the 1970s, but the holiday originated in 2005, when The Corduroy Appreciation Club (a semi-serious club for those who really ... Read More
BY Intern nicole! in General on Nov 16, 2009 |
My Roald Dahl-loving heart sure got a treat this weekend and boy, it was satisfying.
Normally, movies intended for children and their parents really don't get me too hopped up at all. Up looked extremely cute but eh, I still haven't seen it. Where the Wild Things Are has the extremely well crafted puppets, stunning scenery, etc. but that still wasn't enough to get me counting down the days until its release. Fantastic Mr. Fox, on the other hand, has ... Read More