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Daily Archives: August 29, 2022
It begins with a surprisingly touching tragedy, morphs into a cute story of hope and then hurls itself headlong into a nasty take on one corner of the animal rights debate. “Gigi & Nate” is what happens when you round … Continue reading
“Simchas & Sorrows” is a New York dramedy built around a Catholic-Jewish relationship, an unfortunately drab little movie entirely too tentative for its own good. Its “edge” is the call for one member of the couple to “convert,” something the … Continue reading
Series Preview: Judy Greer, Johnny Knoxville, Keegan-Michael Key and Hulu do a sitcom about rebooting a sitcom — “Reboot”
This trailer shows off a seriously funny, and “experienced” cast — Judy Greer, Johnny Knoxville, Paul Reiser and Keegan-Michael Key — and a borderline edgy premise, a sort of “Full House” hit of the past re-launched with the same players, … Continue reading
Fifty years after its release, screed-writing screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky’s dark comedy “The Hospital” still has the power to make your jaw drop. Released amid growing cynicism about institutions that Vietnam inspired and Watergate proved, with documentaries such as “Titicut Follies” … Continue reading