Gee Malik Linton’s restored “Unique Beast” director’s cut of DAUGHTER OF GOD might make you angry, but the good kind of angry!
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Art and Commerce: Michelangelo Antonioni’s BLOW-UP
Blow-Up as both art and a product to sell, and why I love David Hemmings.
The Man in Black: John Cusack in BLOOD MONEY and SINGULARITY
By James Kenney (Adapted from a review originally appearing on whatchareading.com) BLOOD MONEY John Cusack, long seemingly disinterested in acting since his solid performances in ADULT WORLD and LOVE & MERCY a near-decade ago, disengaged briefly in 2017 from his lively, political and sometimes funny twitter feed to bring some of his long-dormant thespian good humor and timingContinue reading “The Man in Black: John Cusack in BLOOD MONEY and SINGULARITY”
Jazz Noir: Mike Figgis’ Oddly Brilliant STORMY MONDAY
Mike Figgis’ stylish, darkly funny and offbeat jazz noir is worth your acquaintance.
Pretty Good is Good Enough: Edward Burns returns with SUMMER DAYS, SUMMER NIGHTS
Ed Burns pleasantly surprises with his latest ensemble piece.
Nuts for the Squirrels: Peter Bogdanovich’s SQUIRRELS TO THE NUTS at MOMA
Looking back at the MOMA premiere of Peter Bogdanovich’s SQUIRRELS TO THE NUTS
Confronting the Past with Adrian Brody and the Creepy BACKTRACK
Mostly ignored ghost story is pretty good.
Sneaking in From Left Field: Nicolas Cage, Anna Hutchison and Don Johnson in VENGEANCE: A LOVE STORY
Vengeance: A Love Story, is worthy of some attention, particularly Don Johnson’s masterful performance.
Hooray for Old-School European Pretension! Jeremy Irons and Olga Kurylenko in the unnoticed CORRESPONDENCE
Olga Kurylenko and Jeremy Irons slipped out an old-school, pretentious European romance that is…puzzling.
“You Saved One of My Best Pictures”: My Adventures with Peter Bogdanovich and his Lost, Last Picture Show
A story about a fan, his favorite filmmaker, and an eBay miracle changing the direction of film history.