26.04.2011 [USA Today] - You'll still like Bunny and the Bull, and here's why: The surreal, romantic road trip resembles a Michel Gondry or CharlieKaufman film in that nothing is ever what it seems. Hogg plays Stephen, a man afraid to leave his apartment for reasons the
Charles Stuart "Charlie" Kaufman (born November 19, 1958) is an American screenwriter, producer, director and lyricist. His writing works includes critically acclaimed films Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. He made his directing debut in 2008 with Synecdoche, New York, which was met with positive reception as well; famous film critic Roger Ebert called it "the best movie of the decade" in 2009. Ebert, Roger. (2009-12-13) The best films of the decade – Roger Ebert's Journal. Blogs.suntimes.com. Retrieved on 2010-12-19.
08.04.2011 [Film School Rejects] - That's why CharlieKaufman is the only screenwriter people can name off the top of their head. Cole: And Brian Helgeland. And Shane Black. And Truman Capote. Landon: Good point, but on your last, is Black's name better known because he was a director
Rod from ThePlaylist.blogspot.com says that fans of CharlieKaufman's other scripts might not love his new film, but it sure is affecting. 08.22.08. Interview by TalkingHeadTV.com... - 08.26.2008, YouTube
30.04.2011 [Screen Junkies] - “Adaptation” This critically acclaimed movie is directed by Spike Jonze based on a script by CharlieKaufman. In the movie, Cage plays CharlieKaufman, a screenwriter who is attempting to adapt the novel “The Orchid Thief.” He also plays Charlie's
29.04.2011 [L'Express] - «J'essaie simplement de rendre ma vie plus fun, plus merveilleuse», minimise CharlieKaufman, qui signe ici son premier scénario, après avoir été employé de bureau, manutentionnaire, et standardiste... Pourquoi Malkovich? «Il fallait bien choisir
27.04.2011 [Movie City News] - The easiest way to introduce Paul King's freshman feature is to point to such clear influences as Michel Gondry, CharlieKaufman, Jean-Pierre Jeunet and and Bruce Robinson's semi-autobiographical “Withnail & I.” It reminds me, as well, of Alex Cox's
24.04.2011 [La Huella Digital] - Como actor ha participado en obras producidas por el LAByrinth y como protagonista en las películas Palindromes (Todd Solodz), Margaret (Kenneth Lonergan), Jack Goes Boating (Philip Seymour Hoffman) y Synecdoche (CharlieKaufman), entre otras.
24.04.2011 [The Province] - If she were in a CharlieKaufman-esque meta movie and the harried, set-upon head writer of the show-within-a-show on 30 Rock had to explain the appeal of her own creator, Tina Fey, she would say something awkward — like "We want to go to there,"
18.04.2011 [MLive.com] - "Adaptation" (2002) - CharlieKaufman + Wacky Nic Cage + Loony Nic Cage = gold comedy psycho-genius. Screenwriter Kaufman is a bit of a nutjob himself (as is director Spike Jonze), penning a movie about penning a movie, and casting Cage to play, yes
09.04.2011 [Danville Commercial News] - March: “Adaptation” (2002) — One of the most unusual films ever made from a novel, “Adaptation” is itself the story of a movie adaptation: how screenwriter CharlieKaufman (played by Nicholas Cage) struggles to adapt Susan Orlean's book “The Orchid
19.04.2011 [Movieline] - Michel Gondry's fantasy film (from a CharlieKaufman script) shows its main characters Joel (Jim Carrey) and Clementine (Kate Winslet) stumbling upon the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus elephants on the street. This incident was actually not
14.04.2011 [Slate Magazine] - And his astute diagnosis is that the same should be true not just of the general reader, whom he defines as "a smart, educated person who likes CharlieKaufman's movies and tolerates Thomas Pynchon's novels, who works in a job that involves phrases
07.04.2011 [Salon] - Nothing was sacred: not Dungeons & Dragons, CharlieKaufman or the Web itself (which creator Dan Harmon has used on occasion to throw his fans off-track with fake spoilers on his Twitter feed). But last night both "30 Rock" and "Community" reached
25.04.2011 [Salon] - For New Orleanians, watching "Treme" can be a bit like a local version of Philip Seymour Hoffman's unrealized play in CharlieKaufman's odd "Synecdoche: New York," in which a mad, detail-oriented genius sought to create a constant and simultaneous