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Daily Archives: September 24, 2021
Sometime around 1990, Dave Stewart of Eurythmics contacted Robert Palmer — the shambolic music journalist, not the dapper rock star — and got him to be his tour guide through America’s blues country for a short stretch between legs of … Continue reading
Lifelong friends and comic colleagues Whitney Call and Mallory Everton pair up again for “Stop and Go,” the most infectiously funny COVID road comedy ever. They co-wrote and co-star in a manic but never frantic tale of sisters dashing from … Continue reading
This Oct. 5 release was directed by Thato Mwosa and stars Khai Taylor. Could be something.
“The Starling” is a forlorn parable about crippling grief and the tragedies in life that are beyond our control. It has an expertly comic cast and is based on a former “black list” script — one deemed a hot Hollywood … Continue reading
This one has a familiar C movie face or two. French woman has her head shaved as a traitor, but is anything but. Nov.5, “Hell Hath no Fury” like a woman who had her head shaved.