By Nestor U. Torre
We were planning to watch “Lovelace” last week, but when we got to our favorite neighborhood cineplex, we were told that it was showing three hours later, so the only film we could catch within the hour was an unheralded flick titled, “Julia X.”
By Rito P. Asilo
“Lovelace,” the biopic of hardcore porn actress Linda Lovelace, sometimes feels too academic to be consistently engaging, but it’s nonetheless a gripping tale that needs to be told because of its vivid depiction of the evils of domestic violence.
Sex, the Internet and good, old fashioned rock ‘n’ roll will dominate the 29th Sundance Film Festival, the top showcase of independent cinema that opened recently in the snowy mountains of Utah.