Film

(FILM REVIEW) ‘Cave of Forgotten Dreams’ by Werner Herzog

Cave of Forgotten Dreams Written and directed by Werner Herzog Reviewed by Seth Rogovoy What to make of Werner Herzog at this point in his career? It’s hard to know how to take him, even as he continues to make brilliant, inspiring, beautiful films that ask deeply profound questions about what it means to be…

(FILM REVIEW) ‘Midnight in Paris’ by Woody Allen

Midnight in Paris Written and directed by Woody Allen Starring Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams   Reviewed by Seth Rogovoy After years of being the bard of Manhattan, Woody Allen has spent most of the past decade doing for Europe what he did for New York City earlier in his career. In his latest film,…

Film Review: “I Am”

I Am Directed by Tom Shadyac Review by Seth Rogovoy Only the most closed-minded and hard-hearted viewers will fail to be moved by the amazing exploration of what it means to be human in director Tom Shadyac’s documentary, I Am. Triggered by a near-death experience, Shadyac – previously known for and ridiculously enriched by such…