Before I launch into a review of Nicolas Cage’s latest film A Score To Settle, please remember that I am a pretty big Cage fan. Nothing he can do is absolutely wrong in my eyes, and even though it has its flaws, A Score To Settle is recommended (with a few caveats).
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As a nanny to my loving niece, I have a huge (and obvious) emotional investment in her well being. At 48, meditation and well being has rarely been part of my life, but thanks to her I’ve downloaded the Moshi Twilight app. A new Goldie Hawn sleep story was recently added to the app, and check out my post for my thoughts on why Moshi Twilight is worth your time.
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Does anyone have a more night and day career than Adam Sandler? This year he came out with Murder Mystery, a Netflix comedy that I’m assuming is in line with most of other Sandler’s features (btw I’m a Sandler fan). Today we see the trailer debut of Uncut Gems, the latest film that delivers the critically acclaimed version of “The Waterboy.” Check it out below!
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I’m so old that I remember when Jimmy Smits was also carving out a movie career (anyone remember Old Gringo?) during is L.A. Law days. He’s seen his share of films, but television (The West Wing, NYPD Blue, Sons of Anarchy) has been his bread and butter. The Memphis based Bluff City Law has a ton of promise, and if you’re into character driven procedurals, give the pilot a sample taste!
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On episode 103 of CinemAddicts, Anderson Cowan and I cover Running With the Devil, Monos, It: Chapter Two, Ad Astra, and Villains. Most importantly, Cowan’s feature directing debut Groupers is also discussed!
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Ad Astra, which roughly translates as “through hardships to the stars” is the type of serious-minded sci fi epic that is rare in an era of movies glutted with superhero franchises or Star Wars and Star Trek reboots.
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Combining outlandish comedy humor and thriller elements can often make for an uneven blend, but “Villains” succeeds thanks to winning performances and inspired direction from Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. It all starts off with a dream of Florida . . .
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Representing your hometown can put a personal spin on one’s work, and Charm City Devils are celebrating Baltimore with their fourth studio release 1904. The EP debuts November 22 via Broken World Records.
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Fritz Lang is best known for his classic German films Metropolis and M. The Tiger of Eschnapur and The Indian Tomb, both made after his exile from Hollywood, will be playing at New York’s Film Forum on September 27!
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There’s a couple of reasons why I’m pretty excited to check out Stumptown. For one, it’s based on a Greg Rucka graphic novel, and Rucka is one of the most acclaimed writers in the comic book industry. Secondly, the cast has its share of talented actors, and Emmy winning actress Camryn Manheim (The Practice, Ghost Whisperer) discusses why she’s excited about being a part of Stumptown.
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