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Daily Archives: March 17, 2014
Jeff Goldman was leaning in decades before “Lean In” became a catch-phrase of the moment. You can see it from his earliest movies and TV appearances, Goldblum’s angular frame and wide eyes tilting toward and drinking in whoever is opposite … Continue reading
“Blood Ties” is a cop-crooks thriller based on a French film, “Les liens du sang.” It’s a period piece set in 1974, when the lapels were wide, the cars were wider and pay phones were the cell phones of the … Continue reading
To topple the frightening and powerful, the first step is to make them look foolish. That’s the object lesson in “Rob the Mob,” a tragi-comic tale of a couple of idiots who figured New York’s “five families” were just “greasy … Continue reading