Review: Capote

Finally got around to watching this, possibly the late Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s greatest performance. One of the greatest writers in 1950s America decides that his best novel would be a biography following the hideous murder of an entire family by two men, and the trial that came after. What he doesn’t expect, in his overconfidence,…

Review: Foxcatcher

A grim tale about some of humanity’s worst, albeit more subtle, traits. Great acting all around but does this story really need to be told? Based off a true story, two brothers are¬†Olympic medal winners in wrestling, but now they are older the youngest brother wants to start out on his own, feeling¬†neglected in his…