Hal Ashby

Latest stories

8d
Houston Chronicle
‘Master of None’ Star Aziz Ansari on Casting His Real-Life Parents, Season 2 Spoilerswhat’s the diff anymore?) His main influences: Louis C.K., Ricky Gervais minus
‘Master of None’ Star Aziz Ansari on Casting His Real-Life Parents, Season 2 Spoilers
Houston Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
what’s the diff anymore?) His main influences: Louis C.K., Ricky Gervais minus the fangs, 1970s arthouse (Woody Allen, Hal Ashby), Before Sunset‘s desultory yet Proustian musings on love’s poignant elusiveness. “We do the long walk-and-talks,... Read more
2 related stories
14d
The Austin Chronicle
Bank Robbers and Texas Rangers Clash in Hell or High Waterrough environment." Throughout, Mackenzie aimed for a very Seventies feel, wit
Bank Robbers and Texas Rangers Clash in Hell or High Water
The Austin Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
rough environment." Throughout, Mackenzie aimed for a very Seventies feel, with nods to "the freewheeling improvisers, Hal Ashby, Robert Altman." Sam Peckinpah's nihilism casts its shadow, as does brutal 1973 heist film Charley Varrick by Don... Read more
17d
Canon City Daily Record
For Aziz Ansari, 'Master of None' and show business are personalless by TV sitcoms than by the cinema of the 1970s _ films by the likes of Wood
For Aziz Ansari, 'Master of None' and show business are personal
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 17 days ago
less by TV sitcoms than by the cinema of the 1970s _ films by the likes of Woody Allen, Mike Nichols, Elaine May and Hal Ashby that pushed the limits of the comedy genre and relied on a more naturalistic, conversational style. "TV now is so... Read more
21d
Los Angeles Times
For Aziz Ansari, 'Master of None' and show business are personalless by TV sitcoms than by the cinema of the 1970s — films by the likes of Wood
For Aziz Ansari, 'Master of None' and show business are personal
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 days ago
less by TV sitcoms than by the cinema of the 1970s — films by the likes of Woody Allen, Mike Nichols, Elaine May and Hal Ashby that pushed the limits of the comedy genre and relied on a more naturalistic, conversational style. “TV now is so... Read more
27d
The Irish Times
The top 50 films on Netflixface as he delivers some of the year’s funniest lines. Maika Monroe makes for a
The top 50 films on Netflix
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
face as he delivers some of the year’s funniest lines. Maika Monroe makes for a magnetic Final Girl. Harold and Maude (Dir Hal Ashby, 1971) Did we just mention Wes Anderson? The roots of millennial oddball can be found in this delightful... Read more

People in this news