Tag Archive | Paul Sorvino

KUBRICK @Feature #8: 1968’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

It’s probably a certainty that a better science fiction film will never be made. Certainly nothing smarter, more iconic, or more enigmatic. Yes, special effects will continue to improve over time. But, even for 1968, the stuff from “2001: A Space Odyssey” holds up remarkably well. The first moonwalk to the monolith is slightly unrealistic […]


In the first year of the new millennium, playwright Kenneth Lonergan made his debut as a film director with the universally praised, “You Can Count on Me”. It may indeed have been my favorite of 2000(it was officially #2 in my annual Top Ten, but, as Walter Chaw likes to say about certain past films, […]