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GIRLFRIEND'S DAY (2017): New Trailer From Bob Odenkirk, Natasha Lyonne, Amber Tamblyn...

Girlfriend’s Day which stars Bob Odenkirk,  Natasha Lyonne and Amber Tamblyn takes place in a a world where greeting card writers are celebrated like movie stars. 78 more words

Comedy

Hello, My Name is Doris

Hello, My Name is Doris is a sweet, quirky comedy starring Sally Fields and Max Greenfield. The premise of the movie is that Sally Fields’ character Doris meets John in an elevator on his first day at her office, and she likes him, she really, really likes him.. 175 more words

Movies

On Firewatch

Despite the best efforts of my video card and Windows 10 to stop me, I recently completed Campo Santo’s Firewatch, an adventure game. It’s become the favourite thing I’ve played in the past year, I think, partially for its design, but also for the way it’s unafraid to put story first, mechanics second. 1,221 more words

Consumption

AMOR EM DETROIT (Outubro 2014)

TÍTULO PORTUGUÊS: AMOR EM DETROIT
TÍTULO ORIGINAL: THE GIANT MECHANICAL MAN
GÉNERO: COMÉDIA / ROMANCE
CLASSIFICAÇÃO: M/12
DURAÇÃO: 94
INFORMAÇÃO TÉCNICA DVD:
Cor / 16×9 / 1:85 / DVD 5… 91 more words

Dvd

Recognizing the Bones Underneath

Dodge (Ed Harris) sits in his living room, smoking cigarettes, sneaking whiskey, and violently emptying his lungs into a handkerchief.  From upstairs, his wife Halie (Amy Madigan) shouts down to him: about the rain, the religious implications of taking medication (“There’s some things the ministers can’t even answer”), and whether they ever raced thoroughbreds on Sunday.   495 more words

Reviews

76 of 366: Hello, My Name is Doris

Hello, My Name is Doris is a film I would say is not entirely what it seems. If you watch the trailer (I recommend you don’t because they often ruin the whole movie and/or create false expectations) it appears to be a quirky comedy about an older woman who pursues a younger man she works with and nothing beyond that. 461 more words

Cinema

'Buried Child' The New Group Production Starring Ed Harris and Amy Madigan

Secrets are the bricks that layer the foundations of family histories. Such secrets may serve as supportive bonds to keep a family together through trials and catastrophes. 1,398 more words

NYC Theater Reviews