Pedro Almodovar's newest film Broken Embraces opens this Friday, 1/15, in Buffalo. Like most of his oeuvre, this film deals with the tragic and complicated relationships of artists in Spain told through flashbacks and the director's flair for the melodramatic.
Hear that sound of an entire midwestern city bracing for the worst? It's the collective shallow breathing of Colts Nation. Indy fans have seen it before all too often: their seemingly unstoppable Colts offense starts to stall in the face of a good defensive scheme and pressure up the middle on Peyton Manning.
Mark McGwire would have us buy that his long-awaited admission of steroid use has nothing to do with the Hall of Fame. Geez, even when the guy comes clean, he can't stop lying.
Of course, a nice first start would have been to have an uneventful offseason. No hit-and-runs, no weed, no loaded weapons. In short, behave. Please! Maybe just try it on for one offseason and see how it suits you? (Editor's note: Too late ...)
Michael Cera's newest film Youth in Revolt opens this Friday, 1/8, in Buffalo. Attempting to break from his typecast awkward teen schtick, Cera tries on a new persona of confident delinquency, adding some spice to his comedic repertoire.