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Daily Archives: January 25, 2020
In an interview with Variety, Carey Mulligan suggests Oscar Voters Need to Prove They’ve Seen the Movies. She has a point. I think most of the winners reflect a movie the Academy by and large has seen. It’s the films … Continue reading
In one scene in the Colombian farce “Loving is Losing (El que se Enamora Pierde)” a misbehavior-prone masseuse (Carolina Sarmiento), prone to drugging her clients so she can goof off instead of actually giving massages, is seen watching a telenovela– … Continue reading
Yes, THAT Jon Stewart. Rose Byrne and Steve Carell star in this May 29 political farce.
While there’s a lot to be said for “sexual heat” in a screen romance, there’s nothing all that romantic about the slam-against-the-wall, bruising hurry that too many screenwriters (male, mostly) figure is “love language” in the movies. The ache of … Continue reading
Not every Valentine’s Day release is, well, romantic. There’s room for “bromance,” and dentist-patient bonding, too. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Athlete/non-athletic guy twice her age? We’ll see.
The second weekend of a blockbuster is almost as telling as the first, in terms of its “legs” — its ability to sell tickets for a month or more. A good “hold” — the lower the percentage of ticket sales … Continue reading
It may be set in the post-Kurt Cobain suicide 1990s, but you don’t have to be an American Literature major to spy “The Turn of the Screw,” the novel by Henry James, in the Gothic horror film “The Turning.” The … Continue reading