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Daily Archives: March 24, 2016
Movie Review: “I Saw the Light” doesn’t sound enough like Hank
It sounded mad, right from the outset. British actor Tom Hiddleston, “Loki” from the “Thor” and “Avengers” movies, as that icon of country music, Hank Williams? Surely somebody had lost his or her ever-loving mind. But give it to Hiddleston, … Continue reading
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Movie Review: Ethan Hawke’s long-planned Chet Baker movie, “Born to be Blue,” delivers in the end
Ethan Hawke talked about his “Chet Baker” movie for so long it seemed he might age out of ever getting to play the troubled jazz giant on the screen. But “Boyhood” and the Oscar nomination that followed allowed Hawke and … Continue reading
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