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Solo (2018, Ron Howard)

The Stop Button Posted by on May 10, 2020

Solo: A Star Wars Story is juvenile, which might be what manages to save it. It’s got nothing but problems—a troubled production (director Howard took over from fired “executive producers” Christopher Miller and Phil Lord and shot seventy-percent of what’s in the film), an uninspired screenplay read more

Splash (1984, Ron Howard)

The Stop Button Posted by on Apr 16, 2013

Splash has a strange narrative structure. The front’s heavy, likely because the filmmakers make a real effort to establish Tom Hanks as a listless young (well, youngish) man. Of course, Hanks is a listless man with an apparently great job as a produce whole seller, an amazing Manhattan apartm read more

News From the Lake: Ron Howard on Twitter, Voice Your Choice Winners, Drew Barrymore on the Essentials

Journeys in Classic Film Posted by Kristen on Mar 8, 2013

Welcome back to another edition of News From the Lake.  In this series of news, we’ll be discussing a special opportunity to converse with director Ron Howard, the winners of Fox’s Voice Your Choice series are revealed, and Drew Barrymore is all prepped for another round of The Essential read more

Willow (1988, Ron Howard)

The Stop Button Posted by on Dec 28, 2011

I wonder if Willow’s lack of popularity has anything to do with the protagonist not fitting the regular sci-fi and fantasy and magic standard. Not because Warwick Davis is a dwarf, but because his character is so non-traditional. He’s not an idealistic youth, or a hidden prince… he’s a farmer read more