A quirky film about two ‘friends’ whose odd relationship unravels. Slick execution and two great performances mask an, at times, stilted script and some leaden plotting. 18 more words
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How 'Can You Ever Forgive Me?' Fed Melissa McCarthy's Love Of Exploring The Defense Mechanisms Of Flawed People
Melissa McCarthy landed an Oscar nomination for her breakout turn in Paul Feig’s Bridesmaids, which started a string of comedy blockbusters for the pair. Now she’s back in the conversation with Can You Ever Forgive Me?, which may be considered one of her first dramatic turns, but only to those who have failed to catch the deftness of her talent on display even in the most outrageous comedies. 1,954 more words
Michelle Yeoh is set to join the holiday comedy “Last Christmas,” reteaming with her “Crazy Rich Asians” co-star Henry Golding.
Emilia Clarke will topline the film. 179 more words
Elvis Mitchell is hitting the road next for a new Epix docuseries. Premiering on February 4, Elvis Goes There features the veteran journalist traveling with A-list filmmakers and actors to places of inspiration around the world, exploring how each location shaped their work and identity. 240 more words