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Movies to watch during a (non) blizzard

Binge-watching TV shows and reading a good book are all good snow-related activities (does ordering liquor from Astor Wines constitute take-out?) but also is catching up on some of the movies I missed at the multiplex. 413 more words

Movie Review

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

The adventures of the elderly are unfortunately rarely captured on film. With so much experience and a strong sense of wisdom, older people can provide some of the more entertaining films out there. 522 more words

Me In The Hollywood Reporter!

I must say that it is very fun to see my photographs in places like the Hollywood Reporter despite the fact that I have been published many thousands of times over. 73 more words

Film Review: 'Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks'

A flat-footed stage piece gets a better screen interpreter than it deserves in Gena Rowlands, a delight to watch even in the creaky, listless affair that is “Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks.” Adapted by Richard Alfieri from his own widely produced play, and directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman (who helmed the original 2003 Broadway production), this two-hander about a Florida retiree and her gay dance instructor serves up lessons in tolerance and acceptance that feel as stale and inauthentic as the characters’ ready-made tragic backstories. 635 more words


Motion Picture Premiere And After Party

Great excitement on Wednesday night for the premiere of the motion picture “Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks”. The follow up, in newspapers around the country, included my photographs.  243 more words

Last Tango in Florida: 'Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks' Goes Far Beyond the Fox Trot

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, adapted by playwright Richard Alfieri and director Arthur Allan Seidelman from their short-lived but popular Broadway comedy, is not an especially vital or memorable cornerstone in the archives of American comedy, but it’s chock full of witty one-liners and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. 417 more words