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At First Glance: “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl”

When one story about a young girl with cancer finds success, why not have another? All you have to do is cast the right people, find the right source material and make sure it has a similar, if not more so, charming element. 592 more words

Entertainment

Brett Haley Making I'LL SEE YOU IN MY DREAMS Come True

There’s a reason people will go out of their way to help Brett Haley. After only a few minutes, his generous nature is readily apparent, as is his delight in giving credit where he thinks it’s due. 332 more words

Narrative

Movie review: A Royal Night Out is full of 'saucy innocence'

A Royal Night Out    Julian Jarrold

A pair of incognito princesses roll out the barrel and celebrate VE Day among their unsuspecting subjects in this entertainingly light-hearted fictional romp. 446 more words

Movie Review

My Snobbish Review of 'Margarita With A Straw'

On a sunny afternoon in Manhattan, an unlikely match rejoice a picnic; one,a blind lesbian and another, a disabled lyricist.  The blind girl, Khanum, recounts her coming-out to her orthodox parents… she claims how she wants to be herself, while the disabled girl, Laila, looks in admiration and admits how wonderful that alien feeling of self-acceptance would be. 229 more words

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Pilot: “Grace and Frankie”


When you’re associated with a particular network, the stakes and expectations are already pretty high. One wrong move and you may have just convinced a whole lot of people to tune you out. 625 more words

Entertainment

Shira Piven Says WELCOME TO ME

When talking to filmmakers who have directed an actor known for comedy in a dramatic role, I always like to ask them about the particular insights someone with a gift for comedy brings to drama that no one else could. 363 more words

Cinema