As an Irish-American I have always had a bit of a love/hate relationship with St. Patrick’s Day. On the one hand it’s lovely to celebrate the man who removed snakes from Ireland even if it is completely… 2,198 more words
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Ellen Barkin embodies the forces of gentrification in “The Cobbler,” Tom McCarthy’s new comedy about the changing face of New York City.
It’s a role that Barkin, whose whiskey voice still betrays a hint of her Big Apple upbringing, has spent a life preparing for by observing the changes to the city she still calls home. 662 more words
Adam Sandler has been on an indie streak lately, with last fall’s Men, Women & Children and his upcoming movie, The Cobbler.
Sandler plays a shoe repair man, tired of his life and profession until one day he discovers that his father’s old cobbler machine can magically turn you into the owner of whoever’s shoes were repaired. 37 more words