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Daily Archives: September 28, 2022
About damned time. Get a room, you two.
As the Cat 4 menace known as Ian bears down on my corner of the world, theaters close, preview screenings are canceled and life goes on hold. “Smile” will have to wait. I still have my Warner Brothers provided rain … Continue reading
Billy Eichner brings strong “Billy on the Street” energy to his first film, the laugh-out-loud gay romance “Bros,” which he co-wrote with director Nicholas Stoller. When you’ve got license to poke fun at acronyms and the different priorities across the … Continue reading
An organized riot of images and sounds, “Moonage Daydream” is perhaps the only way a documentary biographer could approach the story of David Bowie. Brett Morgen (“Crossfire Hurricane”) has made his true masterpiece, the perfect film to celebrate a multifaceted … Continue reading