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Daily Archives: October 18, 2022
The great New Orleans trumpeter Wynton Marsalis remembers the times his father Ellis suggested he take another look and listen to the jazz of “Pops,” Louis Armstrong. To Wynton and generations of African Americans who only knew Armstrong through is … Continue reading
“American Murderer” is a workmanlike “true crime” thriller about the hunt for con-man turned accused killer Jason Derek Brown. Writer-director Matthew Gentile’s feature debut, following a short film he did on the subject, attracted plenty of talent — with Ryan … Continue reading
March 23, an ex-con installment in the Never Ending Boxing Story.
This Cannes award winner, a seriocomic odyssey from veteran Polish filmmaker Jerzy Skolimowski, opens in select cities in early December. Looks lovely.
The debut feature of Scottish director Charlotte Wells is a meditation on memory, a woman selectively remembering a vacation with her father from twenty years before, sifting for clues about what she might have missed. “Aftersun” gives us only a … Continue reading
It’s often hard to gauge whether or not a comedy is going to land judging by the trailer. Cut together as a punchy highlight reel of zingers, pratfalls and eyerolls, most any editor can make any movie with just a … Continue reading