Adam Driver Is Sublime as Stoic Bus Driver in Unsentimental, Minimalist Saga

Paterson, Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams, Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani, Jim Jarmusch,

  Paterson Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams Adam Driver Is Sublime as Stoic Bus Driver in Unsentimental, Minimalist Saga Paterson (Adam Driver) is stuck in a rut. By day, the municipal bus driver repeatedly negotiates his way around a boring route around the New Jersey city which shares his name. After hours, he hangs out […]

Scorcese Faith-Based Docudrama Revisits Rude Reception of Christianity in Japan

Silence, Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams, Shusaku Endo, historical drama, thought-provoking, Liam Neeson, Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield

  Silence Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams Scorcese Faith-Based Docudrama Revisits Rude Reception of Christianity in Japan Portuguese traders first landed in Japan in 1543, followed soon thereafter by Francis Xavier and other Jesuits. So many locals started converting to Christianity that, less than a decade later, the emperor issued an edict banning Catholicism and […]

Peripatetic Bus Driver Personifies Poetry in Motion in Introspective Character Portrait

Paterson, Film Review, by Kam Williams, Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani

  Paterson Film Review by Kam Williams Peripatetic Bus Driver Personifies Poetry in Motion in Introspective Character Portrait Paterson (Adam Driver) is stuck in a rut. By day, the municipal bus driver repeatedly negotiates his way around a boring route around the New Jersey city which shares his name. After hours, he hangs out at […]