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Daily Archives: September 27, 2020
He’s twice her height, but sure, this could work. Feb. 10, just in time for Valentine’s.
There’s a fast-food analogy for writer-director Andrew Cohn’s “The Last Shift” that’s too obvious to pass up. It’s gassy, not as nutritious as advertised, and in the end not at all filling. This is the debut fictional feature for the … Continue reading
This fall release covers some of the same ground as “Monuments Men” and the documentary “The Rape of Europa.” Looks intriguing.
Book Review: Disney animation history, this time seen through the women who made it great — “The Queens of Animation”
Writing for a newspaper in Disney Town, aka Orlando, the company’s long filmmaking history became one of my beats. If an animated classic was being re-released or offered up in a new medium (DVD, BluRay), I’d knock out a story … Continue reading