Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Time pans On The Road

Click here for Time's review of Walter Salles' On The Road. Critic Richard Corliss concludes:
Though there’s plenty of cool jazz in the background, the movie lacks the novel’s exuberant syncopation — it misses the beat as well as the Beat. Some day someone may make a movie worthy of On the Road, but Salles wasn’t the one to try. This trip goes nowhere.
Memory Babe author Gerald Nicosia saw the premiere in Cannes. I hope to get some insight from him about the movie and share it here on The Daily Beat.

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