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I take one last whack at Sleazy Shelly before the verdict comes in. A column.
Not much life in this one. My review.
Didn’t go for the latest Seth Rogen comedy. My review. I wish he’d only do the movies he writes and directs, which are far better than the ones he doesn’t, with the exception of the Judd Apatow films, which are superb.
More on the trial of Dean and Adam Skelos, the allegedly corrupt state legislator and son.
A low-serotonin “Love Actually.” My review.
A young hipster loses his father and wanders New York City being a jerk. My review.
Not to be confused with the David Mamet thriller that starred Gene Hackman, this one features Robert De Niro as a ruthless casino boss up against a thief on a bus. My review.
A sort of anti-comedy about an anti-comedian wandering the desert. My review.
I’ve been covering the blockbuster Sheldon Silver corruption trial in lower Manhattan all week, so I will be cutting back on movie reviews for the time being. I expect to return to the movies soon.
A sweet 1950s timepiece about an Irish girl trying to make it in the big city. My review.« Previous Entries