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Co-written and directed by Destin Daniel Cretton ("Short Term 12"), the biopic "The Glass Castle" is based on Jeannette Walls' memoir of the same name and it chronicles the... For more, visit our blog !
Capone moves through the minefield that is Family, with THE GLASS CASTLE director Destin Daniel Cretton Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. A year after SHORT TERM 12 won the Narrative Film Competition...Show More Summary
With David out sick, Devindra and Jeff team up this week to chat about The Glass Castle, the latest film from Short Term 12 director Destin Daniel Cretton. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave...Show More Summary
Catching up after vacation, I saw The Glass Castle at my local multiplex; it had opened over the weekend after just one advance press screening (at least that I was invited to last week when I wasn’t here). Why Lionsgate kept a movie...Show More Summary
‘This would be easier to take on the page.’ That thought kept striking me from odd angles all during the new movie THE GLASS CASTLE now playing nationwide. In 2005 the writer Jeanette Walls turned the rags of her childhood into adult riches with her… Read The post The Glass Castle: Weekend Movie Review appeared first on Towleroad.
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Naomi Watts has a cool dance move that she can do and she demonstrated it for Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on The Tonight Show on Friday (August 11) in New York City. The 48-year-old The Glass Castle actress opened up about how she had a girls night to celebrate best friend Nicole Kidman‘s Emmy [...]
CinemaBlend recently asked The Glass Castle director Destin Daniel Cretton how he managed to get such great performances out of such young actors. Here's what he had to say.
Capone says the parental-neglect drama THE GLASS CASTLE fails to provide basic understanding Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. I’ve often wondered why I can read a book featuring terrible parenting and...Show More Summary
REAL LIFE is full of conflicts and dualities. Life, as often imagined by Hollywood, is not, which makes “The Glass Castle” a tricky bit of source material.
This week in theaters we have the horror sequel "Annabelle: Creation", which provided a genuine surprise because it's actually pretty good, the biopic "The Glass Castle"... For more, visit our blog !
In 2012, writer-director Destin Daniel Cretton made Short Term 12, a bracing film about a teen foster-care facility that doubled as a showcase for a slate of then-unknown, now-famous actors, including Oscar winner Brie Larson, Mr. Robot star Rami Malek, and Atlanta’s Lakeith Stanfield. Cretton’s follow-up to the indie hit ... More »
It's hard to be critical of a film that doesn't contain a single bad performance, but the filmmakers passed up the most thrilling story for one that's been told time and time again. [ more › ]
Journalist and writer Jeannette Walls is sitting in a small conference room at the New York offices, flipping through old issues of the magazine. One from 1988 has Arianna Huffington in shoulder pads on the cover, another from 1992 declares Williamsburg “The New Bohemia.” “I still dream about New York ... More »
I am going to preface this review by admitting something a little embarrassing and unprofessional: I cried during The Glass Castle. Like, kind of a lot? Not as much as I cry during Wall-E (which is softly, throughout the entire...
In spite of the glass, I shall throw stones.
Post by Lauren Gordon. WARNING: Spoilers for "The Glass Castle" lie ahead. In The Glass Castle, a film inspired by Jeannette's Walls' New York Times Best Selling memoir, audiences are faced with a tragic and beautiful story about survival. Show More Summary
“The Glass Castle” is at odds with itself. Maybe that contradiction is by design. Maybe it’s inevitable, given the emotionally complicated terrain it treads. But the result is a film that never quite clicks tonally and doesn’t do justice to its harrowing central story. Show More Summary
Adapted from Jeannette Walls’s best-selling memoir of her chaotic childhood, a movie decides to play it safe.