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Quick Reviews - IN THEATERS NOW! (August)

I’ve been busy over the past few weeks and haven’t had the time to write as much as I wanted. I just recently was hired for a new job, and I’ve been waiting to get adjusted to my new schedule before I start writing again. 778 more words

Review: Betty Blue

Not sure yet if #BettyBlue is a soft-core porn or not. It’s a story about a French handy-man and aspiring writer who meets a passionate and tempestuous woman with an ambiguous history. 662 more words

Crazy Rich Asians is an unabashed throwback to the era of the greatest rom-coms

There’s been much talk about how Crazy Rich Asians – the title is meant to suggest both Asians who are crazy-rich and rich-Asians who are crazy – marks a bold new step in filmmaking diversity. 663 more words

Culture

Movie Review: Howard the Duck (1986)

Starring: Jeffrey Jones, Lea Thompson and Tim Robbins

Directed by: Willard Huyck

A humanoid duck called Howard is pulled from his home world through space to Earth. 549 more words

Film

The Post ★★★☆☆

The Post (2017) ★★★☆☆
Humpo Show Rating | 6.5
IMDb Rating | 7.2
Starring: Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bob Odenkirk, Tracy Lets, Bradley Whitford, Bruce Greenwood, Matthew Rhys, Alison Brie and Carrie Coon  510 more words

Films

Mission Impossible Fallout Film Review

Over the weekend, I went to go and see Mission Impossible: Fallout. And while I was very excited to see what the film had in store for me, it didn’t go exactly as planned. 359 more words

Lights, Camera, Action

New from Jeff York on The Establishing Shot: FILMMAKER SPIKE LEE'S "BLACKKKLANSMAN" BRILLIANTLY INDICTS THE PAST AND PRESENT

Original caricature by Jeff York of the main cast in BLACKKKLANSMAN. (copyright 2018)

All period pieces comment on the present. Spike Lee’s new film BLACKKKLANSMAN, about a couple of undercover cops infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan in Colorado Springs in 1972, not only indicts bigotry in America 40 years ago but the continued presence of white nationalism on our national stage. 1,184 more words

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