Joseph A. Johnson
‘Blood Simple’ Retrospective: Coolidge Corner Celebrates $12.5 Million Renovation with ‘Big Screen Debuts’
In a theater with almost a century’s worth of screenings under its belt, what better “Big Screen Debut” to watch than that of Joel and Ethan Coen (a.k.a. the Coen Brothers)?
This is a movie and theater steeped in history, and a good chunk of the people there had a lasting role to play in that history.
When the rights to “Pi” reverted back to Aronofsky this year, A24, the production company behind “The Whale,” set out to re-release Aronofsky's mathematics-obsessed debut on Pi Day.
While “Cocaine Bear” does not carry the same weight as a Spielberg narrative, it transforms what could be a one-note concept into something wholly itself.