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Daily Archives: June 6, 2018
Bradley Cooper directs and co-stars, and Lady Gaga — Remember her? — is the New Judy Garland/Janet Gaynor/Babs Streisand in this latest “A Star is Born.” This trailer has Bradley Cooper ego trip (and you thought GAGA was a diva) … Continue reading
Movie Review: Ruth Wilson battles demons and her brother on the Yorkshire family farm in “Dark River”
Great filmmakers remember that cinema is a visual medium, that you never say something with dialogue when you can show it with an image. That’s how Clio Barnard tells the story of “Dark River,” a quiet, tense and beautiful tale … Continue reading
Deborah Haywood’s “Pin Cushion” is an easy film to laud, a hard one to warm up to. It’s about the psychic toll of bullying, as both a fresh experience, new to the young, and what a lifetime of it can … Continue reading