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Daily Archives: January 20, 2019
Preview, “Berlin, I Love You” gives the German capital the “New York, I Love You” and “Paris, j’taime
The cast is far far FAR more impressive than the team of directors who bring this romantic travelogue to the screen. Oscar winner Helen Mirren, Diego Luna, Keira Knightley, Mickey Rourke, Hayden Panettiere, Jenna Dewan, Luke Wilson and Jim Sturgess … Continue reading
Truthfully, this should be enough for a movie I view as cinematic comfort food, a “Driving Miss Daisy” for our racially (and sexually) roiled times. That’s all “Green Book” is. I saw it a second time last week and zeroed … Continue reading
Perhaps not the movie you’d expect from a top billed supported player in a blockbuster/Oscar contender like “A Star is Born.” But the ol’cowpoke who narrated the Dude’s tale in “The Big Lebowski?” Yup. A gonzo midnight action pic/tall tale … Continue reading