REVIEW: “We Need to Talk About Kevin”

In the paper this week, we have an interview with Ezra Miller, who plays the eponymous child in the indie We Need To Talk About Kevin, opening today at the Angelika. Read the interview, enjoy it — it’s interesting.

But here is my review of the film itself — sort of. I saw it in January with my college roommate and close friend Bruce Fretts, himself a respected media writer and critic, and we recorded our dialogue about the film. You can read the transcript by clicking here. It’s really pretty fun. (It also talks about Pariah.) Bruce and I were a good team, back when Siskel & Ebert were kings. Enjoy!

—  Arnold Wayne Jones