Results tagged with 'trainspotting'
Published Oct. 27, 2012
It's almost impossible to sit through the two hours of "Trainspotting" without scratching your arms to get rid of the dirty rash that you are sure must be growing on you. Having said that, it should be noted that there is a real play here, full of despair, love, joy and sorrow and a glimpse at a world none of wants to visit, much less actually spend any time in.
Published Oct. 19, 2012
In its ongoing efforts to bring plays with uncomfortable subjects to Milwaukee, Off The Wall Theatre will open "Trainspotting" Oct. 25 in its tiny space on Wells Street.
Published April 2, 2005
Director Danny Boyle certainly can't be accused to being a lazy filmmaker. Indeed, he's done a good job of keeping us guessing about what he'll come up with next. The zombies and destruction in "28 Days Later" did not prepare us for his almost evangelical, uplifting morality story, "Millions."
Published May 2, 2004
Irish director John Crowley's "Intermission" is a difficult film to peg. While it's an indie with some great performances and some witty moments, Mark O'Rowe's script relies too heavily on rote characterizations.
Published Oct. 9, 2003
"Once Upon a Time in the Midlands," is billed as a new British comedy but it hardly feels funny most of the time. Rather, the film is an often heart-wrenching, sometimes tender and occasionally laugh-out-loud movie.
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