Daily Archives: April 3, 2014

Movie Review: “Mistaken for Strangers” sees The National through a jealous, whiny brother’s eyes

Decades after Ross McElwee invented the navel-gazing school of documentary filmmaking with “Sherman’s March,” Tom Berninger adds a new wrinkle to the genre with “Mistaken for Strangers.” Berninger is hero and villain of this comic essay in ineptitude masquerading as … Continue reading

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Next Interview: Questions for Nick Frost?

He’s half of Britain’s funniest comic duo since “The Two Ronnies.” Nick Frost and Simon Pegg clicked in “Spaced” and “Shawn of the Dead” and “Hot Fuzz” and “Paul” and last summer’s “The World’s End.” And the portly Frost has … Continue reading

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