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Good or bad, handsome or ugly, rich or poor….they are all equal now. [Read More]
Two days ago legendary Los Angeles movie-beat TV guy David Sheehan passed from cancer at age 82. Regrets and condolences... [Read More]
For the good of enlightened 21st Century culture and the emotional safety of a certain subsection of Millennials and Zoomers,... [Read More]
From Owen Gleiberman's recently posted Variety review of Mario Puzo's The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone: "Here's the... [Read More]
From Richard Rushfield's Ankler newsletter — "Special Dispatch: Mad Max," posted earlier today: "Pump and Dump, I believe, is the... [Read More]
"[A week after] I was asked to leave New York Magazine, they ran an 8,000-word piece I'd written, about plagues... [Read More]
#DisruptTexts is basically a movement by African American educators to challenge white narratives in standard-cirriculum literature for pre-college students. The... [Read More]
President-elect Joe Biden has announced he will ask Americans to wear masks for his first 100 days after he takes... [Read More]
It was announced earlier today that Warner Bros.' entire 2021 slate will open day-and-date in theatres and HBO Max. Yeah,... [Read More]
Everyone understands that dual pronoun use is currently in fashion among certain non-binary persons to express the complexities of their... [Read More]
Just over 100 reputable critics have submitted their Best of 2020 lists to World of Reel's Jordan Ruimy, and the... [Read More]
Let Them All Talk (HBO Max, 12.10) is a smart, reasonably engrossing, better-than-mezzo-mezzo character study that largely takes place aboard... [Read More]
A few days ago I read about Eric Clapton, 75, recording an anti-lockdown song ("Stand and Deliver") and supporting Van... [Read More]
Among Entertainment Weekly contributors in the '90s, the general rule was that a trend story needs three examples. Find three... [Read More]
From "How Francis Ford Coppola Got Pulled Back In to Make The Godfather, Coda", a 12.2.20 N.Y. Times piece by... [Read More]
From Richard Rushfield's latest chapter of The Ankler: "What makes Chappelle's slow-burn rumination so unusual is that you've got here... [Read More]
In yesterday's "Evolving Prom Thread" I mentioned that Some Like It Hot is one of my favorite musicals. Obviously it's... [Read More]
"This may be the most important speech I've ever made," the Whiny Little Bitch begins. And then, a day after... [Read More]
Just For Variety's Mark Malkin is reporting that Chris Nolan's Tenet, which has never played Los Angeles theatres due to... [Read More]
I for one admire the seething tone of voice that came out of Georgia elections official Gabriel Sterling earlier today.... [Read More]
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