Tag Archives: I heart Huckabees

February 23

I heart Huckabees – David O. Russell and what happens in the meadow at dusk. (Film review)

It will come as no surprise to regular readers of this blog (have I told you lately that I love you?) that I heart Huckabees is not only my favorite David O. Russell film, but its one of my favorite films to watch and enjoy – perhaps it’s not completely convincing in its approach and […]

February 17

Flirting with Disaster – David O. Russell and the sexual enormity of our parents. (Film Review)

There is a general idea that David O. Russell is the master of that 90’s indie aesthetic, character driven, quirky-screwball-laced-with-heart films that go a little deeper into clichés, usually by subverting them. They’ve almost developed into their own mini art-house genre now and American Hustle does see Russell distance himself from the idea more and use depth, not […]