As some sort of preamble to this review of the recently released Whitney Houston biopic one could go on a long extended rant about how Bohemian Rhapsody effectively single-handedly revived this variety of hackey, estate-approved tortured musician biopics. Said film is exactly the sort of media Twitter punching bay where the majority of the reasonsContinue reading “I Wanna Dance With Somebody. Review.”
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Supernova. Quick Review
Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci play a couple taking what could be their last holiday together well dealing with the aftermath of Tuccis early-onset dementia diagnosis in this tender British LGBTQ drama. The central performances here are terrific. There’s something strangely reassuring about watching two great actors effectively delivering some gentle banter. The script doesContinue reading “Supernova. Quick Review”
The Witches. (2020) Review.
After recently discussing elements of Robert Rodriguez’s strange career in this critic’s piece on We Can be Heroes another Hollywood Robert whose career is proverbially all over the place would be Zemeckis. Zemeckis has a few classic films under his belt that he will always have a place in film history. Unfortunately, for the mostContinue reading “The Witches. (2020) Review.”