Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Six months later...
theatre for Popdose. As I promised. Now as you were. Oh, that's Jessica Chastain and Dan Stevens in The Heiress, now on Broadway. More soon.
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Thursday, June 14, 2012
Signed, sealed, delivered
Popdose duties, so save me the aisle seat, and thanks for dropping by.
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Saturday, June 09, 2012
my review. It's that kind of movie. Sadly, if not surprisingly. We all need to move past Alien. You, too, Fassy.
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Labels: Alien, Cineaste, Prometheus, Ridley Scott
Friday, June 01, 2012
The Summer Cineaste
online and on sale. Up on the site is my review of the nifty Andrew L. Stone thriller The Steel Trap, with Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright absconding to Brazil with a million in cash.
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Labels: Cineaste, Film, Movies, The Steel Trap
Friday, May 25, 2012
Popdose: Star Wars Memories
you know. My recollections of the phenomenon 35 years later. Jabba, we hardly knew ye.
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Labels: Film, Movies, No Concessions, Popdose, Star Wars
Friday, May 18, 2012
Popdose: The Greatest Movie Summer Ever
1982, when E.T. phoned home, Spicoli enjoyed Fast Times, and I wasn't The Last American Virgin. And Mel Gibson ruled in the movie I saw three times, two of them driving on my own.
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Friday, April 27, 2012
Drama Desk noms: Follies in front
Plus Death Takes a Holiday, Nice Work if You Can Get It, and Richard III, and others in the usual potpourri derived from the bustling New York theater scene. I was a nominator once, and, like Sally in Follies (pictured), I felt like I was "losing my mind" as I saw all those shows. But away we go. The awards will be held on June 3.
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