bestnom1000x50
  • August 31, 2011
    By Peter Keough

    After seeing Federico Fellini at his most tragic in La Strada earlier this week, you can catch him at his most cynical, self-reflective, and satiric in 8-1/2 (1963; 2:30 + 5:15 + 8 pm). Marcello Mastroianni serves as Fellini's persona in this dreamlike portrait of a director losing his grip under the pressure of trying to come up with a new movie.

    Read More

ADVERTISEMENT
Related Articles

Super 8 Is Enough: If J.J. Abrams ran Hollywood
Boston Phoenix
Super 8 Is Enough: If J.J. Abrams ran Hollywood
Published 6/16/2011 by Team Laser Orgy
J.J. Abrams made a lovely movie about coming of age in a small Ohio town, and stuck an alien invasion in the middle of it....

0912_nine_listt
Boston Phoenix
Review: Nine
Published 12/25/2009 by PETER KEOUGH
Rob Marshall continues his assault on good taste

 Friends' Activity   Popular 
All Blogs
Follow the Phoenix
  • newsletter
  • twitter
  • facebook
  • youtube
  • rss
ADVERTISEMENT
Latest Comments
ADVERTISEMENT
Search Blogs
 
Outside The Frame Archives