Posts Tagged ‘Adam Horovitz’


LFF 2015: Live from New York! (Bao Nguyen, 2015)

October 13, 2015


Anyone looking for a really meaty documentary on a still on-the-air television show may be put off when hearing of extensive involvement of the head honchos behind said property. Even more worrying is also finding out that the 40-year portrait of the series only runs 78 minutes (despite what IMDb may tell you), which doesn’t exactly sound like the most ideal length considering that the documentary is about Saturday Night Live, a television show riddled with myriad controversies, success stories and career implosions over those 40 years. If you have a hunch that Live from New York! might play like little more than a hagiographic, superficial skip through self-serving sound-bites, then… well, you’re absolutely right…

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While We’re Young (Noah Baumbach, 2014)

April 1, 2015


“For the first time, I didn’t feel like a child imitating an adult.” With While We’re Young, writer-director Noah Baumbach bridges the gap between his recent portraits of middle-aged malaise (Greenberg) and twenty-something troubles (Frances Ha)…

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