Some of the most fiery and consistently engaging, fun live jazz piano I’ve ever seen performed – and I’ve seen a lot of the legends. Mixon plays locally quite a bit, so catch his...Read More
Month: July 2011
I hate to say anything as simplistic as Ralph Bakshi goes to Warsaw. . . but, well, imagine Ralph Bakshi gone to Warsaw. An oversexed hedgehog gets cloned and turned into a national sex symbol, leg-humper, public-and flatulator and target of neo-Nazis. What can I say? It speaks to...Read More
In some circles I’m the maniac who liked The Smurfs. Whatever. Put aside your cynicism and enjoy this a-Vilanch of a plucky gay romp. Read more about my thoughts on The Smurfs at...Read More
I saw this during San Diego Comic-Con, so maybe the hysteria of the event might have gotten to me. Be that as it may, there are sequences in this, the latest DC Animated Original Movie, that work better than in Nolan’s Batman Begins. Read my review from the Con here at UGO.com (please.) And Jim Gordon...Read More
The first half is absolutely fantastic, almost pitch-perfect. The second half wanes a tad, but there are some ripping montages in there. Surprising, from the director of Hidalgo. Where the hell did this Hayley Atwell person come from and can she...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.