You can now download Cormac McCarthy's bestselling The Road for only 2.99$ here.Here's the blurb:The searing, postapocalyptic novel destined to become Cormac McCarthy's masterpiece.A father and his son walk alone through burned America. Show More Summary
Throughout the film’s first act, Scott and screenwriter Cormac McCarthy present a culture of testosterone, then spend later scenes toying with this impression...
THE ingredients for the film "The Counsellor" are stellar. The original screenplay—about a drug deal that goes horribly wrong near the American-Mexican border—is by Cormac McCarthy, an American novelist whose work has been adapted for...Show More Summary
Here’s a scene from a Cormac McCarthy novel, or maybe a Coen Brothers movie: a man crosses the border with a briefcase full of cash, returns with the “product.”
I'll be reading Cormac McCarthy's The Road tonight. What about you? This is your friendly reminder that the silent-reading party is tonight. If you've never been to the reading party, here is what it's like. Since that linked piece was written, we've added a man playing the harp—live!—from 6 to 8 pm. Show More Summary
The Counselor is one of the most cinematic and uncinematic movies of the year. It’s the former because director Ridley Scott used the production to craft a beautifully uncomfortable atmosphere, truly evoking the themes, ideas, and visuals of scribe Cormac McCarthy‘s writing. Show More Summary
As if transforming philosophical debate into a high-stakes drama wasn't enough theatrical alchemy, Cormac McCarthy’s riveting two-hander, “The Sunset Limited,” at Ventura’s Rubicon Theatre eloquently frames the age-old faith versus reason conflict in crisp, resonant terms that shun familiar clichéd arguments — this is no country for old stereotypes.
One reviewer of The Counselor remarked that the man who wrote the script, Cormac McCarthy, appears never to have read a screenwriting manual. I can think of no higher compliment for a screenwriter.
There is a movie out called The Counselor, directed by Ridley Scott and written by novelist Cormac McCarthy, and it is perhaps terrible and good, and in one scene a man named Reiner (Javier Bardem) recounts to another man named the Counselor...Show More Summary
Read The Scene Where Cameron Diaz Has... In 'The Counselor,' there's a graphic scene in which Cameron Diaz's character has sex with a Ferrari. Here are the pages from Cormac McCarthy's script, completely with feedback and notes fromShow More Summary
The rumblings of a critical debate (or is it grumblings?) have already surrounded Ridley Scott's "The Counselor." A script by Cormac McCarthy ("The Road") helmed by the director of "Thelma and Louise" should have been a sufficient enough marketing opportunity for 20th Century Fox to capitalize on as they rolled it out during awards season. Show More Summary
Cormac McCarthy may have out dude-broed himself with The Counselor, which is both the novelist’s first original screenplay to be made into a movie, and the most shamelessly erotic depiction of cars since Crash in 1996. If you’ve never...Show More Summary
The director on Cormac McCarthy, monsters and Moses.
Now that you've seen it, what did you think? Sin is a choice. Now in theaters is the latest movie from Ridley Scott, following up his sci-fi Prometheus with a dark drama written by Cormac McCarthy (of No Country for Old Men) titled The Counselor. Show More Summary
In the weeks leading up to the Friday release of The Counselor, a collaboration between director Ridley Scott and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy, the most talked about scene in the whole movie was by far the one showcasing Cameron Diaz' deviant car-sexing. Show More Summary
On paper, The Counselor sounds like an excellent idea. Another story about blood-soaked drug money written by No Country For Old Men novelist Cormac McCarthy, the author's first work written for the screen. Direction from a man who knows how to make violent images pop with stylized beauty, that being Ridley Scott. Show More Summary
When the Coen Brothers took home a bundle of awards for their 2007 adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s No Country for Old Men, including the Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay, the 1992 National Book Award winner found himself shot into a whole new realm of fame. Show More Summary
Long before the first heads have popped off in director Ridley Scott and writer Cormac McCarthy’s leering new thriller The Counselor, a club owner named Reiner (Javier Bardem) sits down with his unnamed lawyer (Michael Fassbender) to offer him some advice. Show More Summary
The Counselor is many things. It’s Cormac McCarthy’s first original screenplay. It’s Javier Bardem’s hair. It’s, to quote Film Drunk Vince in his review, “guaranteed to piss off the people who were expecting another No Country for Old Men,” which is both criticism and praise. But mostly, it’s the film where Cameron Diaz has sex with a car.
Read our review of 'The Counselor' to find out if Ridley Scott transforms acclaimed author Cormac McCarthy's first screenplay into a dark, thought-provoking thriller. The post ‘The Counselor’ Review appeared first on Screen Rant.