Thursday, September 09, 2010

UTW review of The American + Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child

Go here if you want to read my reviews of The American and Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child in this week's Urban Tulsa Weekly. One is a slow moving yet artistic film about a hit man and the other is a documentary about an artist in the 1980s.


Cinerobotastica said...

I groaned a couple times at the cheesy and overly-dramatic dialog in The American. Thank god there wasn't too much of it. Also, watching the Radiant Child a second time made me realize how great the music is in it and how it really adds to the cool vibe.

Joshua Blevins Peck said...

Didn't think the dialogue was as bad as you--just under developed and not really used for large chunks of the film.