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October 23, 2018

For the movie’s style, the A24 logo is presented here as skateboards and the skaters jump all over it. That sets the tone of the movie, so it’s not just the trailer. Like Greta Gerwig, Bradley Cooper, and Paul Dano, in a recent trend of actors directing, Jonah Hill has kicked it up a notch…. Read More ›

What They Had

Watching “What They Had,” I can imagine how difficult it is dealing with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s. I had an aunt who had the disease, and as a little kid, I wasn’t aware of its complications. But did I know? I was just a kid. Now I’m an adult, and I worry I… Read More ›

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

In a recent trend, Melissa McCarthy has been finding herself in bad comedies from “The Boss” to “The Happytime Murders,” and I’ve been concerned if her “Bridesmaids” sparkle is gone. But like most comedy stars (Adam Sandler, Robin Williams, Will Ferrell, etc.), McCarthy is given a dramatic role, which allows her to balance her humor… Read More ›


After a special Q&A at an AOL Build show, I told Paul Dano: “Little Miss Sunshine” change my life. That is my all-time favorite performance from him, and he continues giving profound performances in such films as “There Will Be Blood,” “Prisoners,” and even his small role in “12 Years a Slave.” This time, Dano… Read More ›

Beautiful Boy

A lost Indie I saw at a special screening over a decade ago was “The Favor,” which was about a teenage drug addict and his deceased mother’s boyfriend. I was upset by that drama at the time, but I wish I could examine it again. I know this may sound a bit off-topic, but watching… Read More ›

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