Author Archive: Glenn Gaylord

Glenn Gaylord is an award-winning Writer/Director/Producer and graduate of the UCLA School of Film and Television. His films include his latest directorial effort I DO, starring Jamie-Lynn Sigler (THE SOPRANOS), LEAVE IT ON THE FLOOR (Writer/Producer/Lyricist), which screened at the Los Angeles Film Festival, Toronto International and Berlinale, and EATING OUT: ALL YOU CAN EAT (Director), a raunchy comedy so successful, it spawned two sequels. He also helmed the shorts LOST CAUSE, BOYCHICK, LITTLE BFFs, the sitcom LEZ BE FRIENDS and a slew of reality television shows and he attributes his love of film to his mother, a writer who would take him to crazily inappropriate grown-up films like TAXI DRIVER and THE EXORCIST at a young age to instill in him the art of great storytelling.

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REVIEW: IN A WORLD

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REVIEW: IN A WORLD

IN A WORLD gives voice (pun intended) to women in Hollywood trying to make it in a Boy’s Club without resorting to preachiness.

| 08/09/2013 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: THE WAY WAY BACK

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REVIEW: THE WAY WAY BACK

Less ADVENTURELAND and more CONVENTIONAL-LAND, The Way Way Back, while genial and well-acted, delivers the same old coming of age story.

| 07/29/2013 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: “FRUITVALE STATION”

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REVIEW: “FRUITVALE STATION”

A stunning, true redemption story with something new to say about black men in America today, Sundance winner, FRUITVALE STATION, is one of this year’s best films.

| 07/12/2013 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: “MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING”

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REVIEW: “MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING”

Joss Whedon’s adaptation of this Shakespeare comedy can’t hold a candle to Kennth Branagh’s vibrant interpretation, but it’s still a sweet and pleasant throwaway.

| 07/02/2013 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: DANNY BOYLE’S “TRANCE”

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REVIEW: DANNY BOYLE’S “TRANCE”

Thrilling film as far as genre exercises go.

| 05/24/2013 | 0 Comments
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MY MOMENTS OUT OF TIME IN FILM 2012

MY MOMENTS OUT OF TIME IN FILM 2012

An image. A great line of dialogue. A perfect edit. A scene. A shot. Filmmaker and critic, Glenn Gaylord’s list of what made an impact in film in 2012.

| 01/03/2013 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: “THE IMPOSSIBLE”

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REVIEW: “THE IMPOSSIBLE”

Stunning production and overpowering emotions almost make up for a threadbare story in this true survival story set during the 2004 Tsunami.

| 12/24/2012 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: “PROMISED LAND”

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REVIEW: “PROMISED LAND”

Gus Van Sant doesn’t quite put his stamp on this honest, relevant, nicely-acted yet slightly preachy film about the economic dilemmas facing our heartland.

| 12/22/2012 | 0 Comments
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REVIEW: “LES MISERABLES”

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REVIEW: “LES MISERABLES”

A fish-eyed, bombastic, over-acted mess, LES MISERABLES disappoints in ways that challenge the very nature of musicals.

| 12/18/2012 | 2 Comments
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REVIEW: “THE SESSIONS”

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REVIEW: “THE SESSIONS”

This Sundance Award Winner elicits laughter and wrings tears with its smart script and fantastic performances, making it one of the best films of the year.

| 12/12/2012 | 0 Comments
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