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Daily Archives: February 26, 2020
Movie Review: The things a director has to go through to get the “Greenlight”
Movies about making movies are a favorite subject of first-time filmmakers. Yeah, it’s narcissistic. But if the rule of thumb is “write/direct what you know,” that’s the thing most obsessives who want to be in the film business know best. … Continue reading
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Movie Preview: Bardem contemplates “The Roads Not Taken”
He’s the writer. Laura Linney’s who he ended up with. Elle Fanning is the result. And Salma Hayek is, in some form, one of “The Roads Not Taken.” Sally Potter directed this March 13 release.
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Movie Preview: Liam Neeson, Lesley Manville — long-married and celebrating “Ordinary Love”
This looks lovely and reaches an audience the major studios neglect.
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Movie Review: Moss is haunted, tested by “The Invisible Man”
Elisabeth Moss has the best “resting tormented face” in the business. So she’s perfectly cast as a abused, haunted wife certain her dead control-freak husband is manipulating her life and attacking her and those close to her in “The Invisible … Continue reading