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Film and Television

It’s not very often that a movie comes along that warrants repeat viewing, but Shane Black’s newest, The Nice Guys, is a film that demands repeat viewing. And that’s a good thing, because the film is so densely packed with good stuff that you are certain to have missed little things here and there.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Screen Savor: Senior Moments

The unrated DVD of Dirty Grandpa (Lionsgate) opens at the funeral of reserved corporate lawyer Jason’s (Zac Efron) grandmother. Her death was cancer-related, but stoner cousin Nick (Adam Pally) thinks she was murdered. Following the funeral service where Jason’s self-absorbed fiancé Meredith (Julianne Hough) does a piss-poor job of comforting him, Jason is recruited to drive grandpa Dick (Robert DeNiro) from Atlanta to Boca Raton.

Captain America: Civil War

When we last saw Captain America (in his own movie), he was battling his best friend Bucky and the government in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. When we last saw the Avengers, they were taking on another alien menace that was set on destroying mankind while destroying yet another city and themselves in the process. The residual effects of these storylines are brought to bear in the latest Marvel Studios action flick Captain America: Civil War.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Screen Savor: When and Where

As doc subjects go, 2014’s When Bette Met Mae (MVDVisuals / Reel History Films / Indie Rights), narrated by Sally Kellerman and now available on DVD, is pretty specific. As a “young man of 27, just out of optometry school,” writer/director Wes Wheadon met the iconic Bette Davis and Mae West. Familiar with their films, but less so about their private lives in the days before social, Wheadon had the privilege to get to know them. He was also present the night they met.

Friday, April 29, 2016

A Funky 80s Flashback

Director Richard Linklater can’t ever be accused of being lazy, churning out a remarkable number of films over the past 25 years but with his critical success, he still resides in a sort of niche for his mostly small, intelligently written, carefully cast, meticulously directed movies. He has gotten some mainstream notice with movies like Dazed & Confused, the Before Sunrise series, and School of Rock and he made a big splash last year with the 14-years-in-the-making Boyhood.


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