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Daily Archives: October 3, 2019
Didn’t much care for “Surprise Me!,” a wan little romantic comedy about an event planner with commitment issues, trust issues, dead daddy issues and food issues. It has an ending that I didn’t guess until about 25 minutes … Continue reading
An early Dec. Release co-starring Kathy Bates, Sam Rockwell and Jon Hamm. An Eastwood picture about a man convicted, with FBI help, by the media? Forgive me my skepticism about the old man’s motives. And timing.
“Dolemite is My Name” may be an affectionate homage to Rudy Ray Moore, profane “party record” stand-up comic of legend, progenitor of hip hop and forgotten pathfinder of the indie cinema. For the film’s star, Eddie Murphy, it’s a “mutha-f—–g” … Continue reading
I love that Netflix is giving this a limited theatrical release, and dangling the carrot of awards season consideration to an Eddie Murphy comedy, a movie about a 1970s comic who invented a character and became a phenomenon. The father … Continue reading
Perhaps this song, used in a much-discussed film of the fall… Inspired the editors of this trailer to include a different Cream song, and perhaps it, too, will end up in this January mov… That means we should be … Continue reading
Comic book heroes may possess an immutable timelessness, their virtues more or less the same through the decades. But every generation has its own Joker — camp or callous, twisted or fey. This is the “Joker” America deserves, here and … Continue reading