Tag Archives: David Strathairn

Touchable: No God, No Master, reviewed.

Handle with Care: Cool Hand David Strathairn defuses a package bomb in "No God, No Master."

Terry Green’s low-budget, high-ambition Prohibition-era conspiracy thriller No God, No Master isn’t quite The Untouchables, but then again, what is? I admired the movie’s overreach in my review for The Dissolve. Continue reading

What About James? Maladies, reviewed.

James Franco in Carter's "Maladies."My review of Maladies, a deeply pretentious, long-shelved character study written by director “Carter” for star James Franco, is up on The Dissolve today. Curiously, Alan Cumming gets billing in the opening credits though he’s in the film for one brief, unmemorable scene. He has less screen time here than he got as the hotel clerk who hits on Tom Cruise in Eyes Wide Shut.