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Daily Archives: January 6, 2016
The colors, the shadows pierced by unearthly shafts of light, the venal billionaire villain and the Shades of Vangelis score tell us this about “Synchronicity” before we have one hint about what it’s about. This is a “Blade Runner” homage, … Continue reading
Here’s information you need before settling in to watch the surreal indie dramedy “Entertainment.” The star is Gregg Turkington, and the character he’s performing is named Neil Hamburger, Turkington’s stage alter ego, aka “The World’s Worst Comic.” Which, from the … Continue reading