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Daily Archives: May 30, 2017
Finding something appropriate for international acting treasure Judi Dench, all but retired, with failing eyesight, cannot be easy. It’s got to be a role with stature and gravitas, a role worthy of her. No more “Best Exotic Marigold Hotels,” oh … Continue reading
Actress (“Arranged,” TV’s “New Girl”) turned actress-writer Zoe Lister-Jones becomes an actress-writer/director with “Band Aid,” a frothy romantic comedy about marriage and miscarriage. Yeah, it’s dark. It starts sarcastic, bends towards sardonic and ends up downright deep in its observations … Continue reading
When it comes to making a vampire movie that will stand out from the crowd, these days, the bar’s been set pretty high. Some of us–MOST of us — have seemingly seen it all. What’s new under the sun, which … Continue reading