May not be immediately apparent from all the drollness surrounding FX’s Fargo where she stars as a police detective, but Allison Tolman seems like someone with a sense of humor. Check out her imdb bio, which has an endearing DIY quality to it.
I was expecting a reference to the white flag of surrender at successive away test series, but I never noticed the white dress Dhoni wore in his playing days.
At the Oaks Theater complex in Cupertino, CA.
Check In: Big Eyes (2014) The first two thirds of the movie plays like a Hitchcock thriller. Set in SF in the late 50s, with a nervous Marion Crane-like blonde, who is controlled by her husband like Joan Fontaine in Suspicion, while her identity is slowly stripped away by a devious, obsessive husband like in Spellbound
Check In: Wild (2014) A potentially new agey trail movie about finding oneself is transcended by brave acting by Witherspoon & Dern, clever editing, Simon & Garfunkle on the soundtrack & scenery that reminds once again the natural beauty we live in. http://imdb.com/rg/an_share/title/title/tt2305051/
Check In: Un témoin dans la ville (1959) Excellent night photography & jazz score liven up crime movie about a killer who is hunted down by taxi drivers. The last third has many similarities to M & Emil and the Detectives. Finale at a zoo is quite impressive, Ventura hiding & owls looking with unblinking eyes
Check In: Chotushkone (2014) Srijit takes another shot in the movie-in-a-movie genre, but unlike Autograph this is lazy & overlong, filled with caricatures & unnecessary frippery like flashbacks, b&w sequences, multiple characters, songs & red herrings galore. http://imdb.com/rg/an_share/title/title/tt4115752/