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In which I have a bit of fun with the new Nicholas Sparks movie. My review.
Sure to please Catholic-bashers but it’s a fairly muddy story. My review.
…in a documentary chronicling the ex-Congressman’s comeback attempt in 2013, when his mayoral campaign was hijacked by a pervert named Carlos Danger. How many jokes can I get into one review?
“The Birth of a Nation,” Nate Parker’s ode to rebel slave Nat Turner, is a serious Oscar contender. Big Chill-style comedy “The Intervention.” Slow, somber road movie starring Danny Glover and Maya Rudolph, “Mr. Pig.” Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon in a psychological thriller (sort of), “Complete Unknown.” “Joshy,” a comedy (with a dark core) […]
Sundance movie “Southside with You,” which retells the story of Barack Obama and Michelle Robinson’s first date, imagines a soothing Obama who built bridges instead of burning them. A look.
Two Sundance movies tell the story of suicidal TV reporter Christine Chubbuck. Here’s a preview.
Brief look at Belgica, a movie about decadence at a bar. “Other People,” a gay “Garden State” featuring a superb Molly Shannon as a dying mom. “Morris from America,” a charmer about a black kid trying to make friends in Heidelberg, Germany, with a little help from a hilarious dad (Craig Robinson). “Weiner-Dog,” a nihilistic […]
The movies aren’t making any money, which may be why the fest is pivoting to TV. A column.
Oscar Isaac as a shady drifter who stalks a Hollywood celebrity. My review of the latest from the guy who wrote “The Departed.”
See it on a date night in Hell. My review.« Previous Entries