Damned solid. Terrifically shot (except for the damned slo-mo) with tense short lenses and unusual camera placement. The dialogue hums and the performances are great – even ol’ Sugar Tits is good in this one. A complete...Read More
Month: February 2010
Hardly the disaster I’d been led to expect, Lady in the Water is one of those movies that’s just too damned earnest to dismiss. It is strange, follows its own logic, and is bubbling over with its childlike sentimentality. It is, if nothing else,...Read More
An absolute joy of a book, collecting three new Alan Scott tales. Gorgeously painted and drawn with all of Scott’s outlandish color (and fear of wood.) Tongue in cheek only when absolutely necessary. Highly...Read More
This entertaining yarn of post-Cold War international intrigue goes to all the usual places, but does it in a sharp, clean manner. And involves the nefarious Cosmic Cube along the...Read More
Jordan Hoffman is a New York-based writer and film critic working for The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Thrillist, Times of Israel, NY Daily News and elsewhere.
He is the host of ENGAGE: The Official Star Trek Podcast, a member of the New York Film Critics Circle and challenges you to a game of backgammon.