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I Was Naysayed About What I Love

The problem with social media is that a lot of users prefer to showcase the same and not the different. I told a Facebook community about my follow-up script to Ang Lee’s Hulk yesterday. 198 more words

2010s

Top Ten: Why People Should Watch Ang Lee's Hulk

I am a heavy supporter of Ang Lee’s Hulk (2003) since 2017 and I want people to experience how intelligent and original the film is. I believed that the comic book psychodrama film by Ang Lee helped bring in more intelligent, intense and intangible themes that inspired later films including The Dark Knight Trilogy (2005-2012), Watchmen (2009) and Logan (2017), which is why I also preferred those films. 307 more words

Film

The Parisian Woman: A Modern Dangerous Liaisons - D.C. Style.

The Parisian Woman: A Modern Dangerous Liaisons – D.C. Style.

By Ross

I’ve never really thought about Uma Thurman with any particular strong opinion of her as an actress. 934 more words

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In the Land of Sinners, the Whore Is Queen

We begin with a lovers’ quarrel.  “Who are you writing?” Peter (Martin Csokas) barks at Chloe (Uma Thurman).  Peter’s jealousy has gotten worse recently—or maybe Chloe has changed since January.  335 more words

Reviews

Broadway Review: Uma Thurman in 'The Parisian Woman'

Writer Beau Willimon made his mark on the stage with “Farragut North,” which shape-shifted into the film “Ides of March,” starring George Clooney, and led to his role as the creator of Netflix’s “House of Cards.”  If his 2013 play, “The Parisian Woman,” leads anywhere, it will be down the drain. 389 more words

Reviews

'Yellowstone': Josh Lucas Set To Recur In Paramount Network Series

The Mysteries of Laura and The Firm alum Josh Lucas has booked a recurring role in Yellowstone starring Kevin Costner, Paramount Network’s straight-to-series period drama set to premiere in 2018. 201 more words

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Dear Eleanor

Sweet and nostalgic, this feel good film hits home with its wholesome yet rebellious premise. There’s something invigorating about it that urges you to do something about the dreams you may have neglected to pursue. 91 more words

Amy Garcia