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Daily Archives: November 4, 2022
A sublime, subdued performance by Bill Nighy is reason enough to bask in the glory that is “Living,” a lovely period piece about a civil servant who questions what purpose his life has served when he’s told he has six … Continue reading
He responded to a poster soliciting a new lead singer for a punk band. Despite ripping through “Beat on the Brat” in the audition, he gets a hard pass. Maybe it was the instrument he used as accompaniment to that … Continue reading
“Deborah” is a somewhat deflating “reunion” comedy with a sci-fi twist. In a genre of films where “taking stock of my life” and “what might have been” are the asked and unanswered questions of one and all, “Deborah” has a … Continue reading
Selena Gomez has a hit, critically-acclaimed TV series — “Only Murders in the Building” — film and TV work lined-up with her taking on producing responsibilities, and a pop music career that shows little sign of winding down as she … Continue reading
Mark it on your calendar. Here it comes. Surely this’ll be the last, right?