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Daily Archives: May 7, 2021
The people who represent the stars who agree to show up to the HFPA’s assorted events, including the Golden Globes, say the band aid NBC endorsed that the HFPA introduced yesterday does not go far enough. With #TimesUp and others … Continue reading
“Knots: A Forced Marriage Story” is a documentary that, on its surface, sounds like something from a more primitive place and time. More than one woman appearing in Kate Ryan Brewer’s film — legislator, activist or victim — marvels at … Continue reading
Well, isn’t this just adorable? “The Paper Tigers” is a martial arts action comedy filled with punch-ups, knock-outs, insults and one-liners. Well-acted, with actors who know how to throw a kick and land a punch — and a punchline — … Continue reading
Good piece from The Hollywood Reporter how online directed group buying is propping up AMC’s stock price, keeping it an attractive investment and a company worth loaning money so that it will survive the pandemic. It’s kind of a GameStop … Continue reading
“Undergods” is a sci-fi fantasy of a dark and dystopian Europe, where “family” and feeling have broken down and the Putinesque rule of an uncaring State and its predatory oligarchs have numbed the people and normalized the awful. Chino Moya’s … Continue reading
Berliner Ernst Lubitsch was a one-man-argument against the idea “Germans have no sense of humor” in the troubled 1930s and war-torn 1940s. As an expat in Hollywood, he directed some of the enduring comedies of his day, sophisticated farces with … Continue reading