Is the man who sang “We Saw Your Boobs” at the Oscars one to give us a touching story about civil rights and human dignity? Take a guess..
Yet another artifact of the long stagnation of Hollywood, which has been remaking the same movies over and over and over again for the past 30 years.
Meanspirited where it’s meant to be funny. Misogynist crap is still misogynist crap when it stars women.
Woke to the news of the overnight craziness in Boston, was glued to Twitter and the Web and BBC News all day. Because I couldn’t not.
Turns a dark mirror on crime mythology to reflect a startling, unflattering image of America.
I dunno much about Judge Dredd. I know he springs from a comic book series, I know he’s Judge Judy and executioner, and I know he never takes his helmet off. Forget the roughshodding of civil rights: it’s that last one that’s a major bummer.
I’m thinking of a place that hasn’t been on film much or at all, but you know how amazing it is and figure it would look great onscreen… and perhaps capture something of the local flavor of where you live.
It’s pretty fucking clear how Sarah Jessica Parker’s Kate Reddy does it. How she manages to juggle a high-powered career, two demanding moppets, and a marriage: She’s got a buttload of dough.
Proper Being Human is nuanced and subtle. All of that has been stripped out of Syfy’s Being Human. It’s infuriating. And enraging. And completely unnecessary.
In The Town, bank robber (Ben Affleck) falls in love with a witness (Rebecca Hall) to his latest heist while dodging the investigation of an FBI agent (Jon Hamm) into his crimes. This flick sprang from (among other films)…