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Queued in Fridays: Life Itself

It’s been a long time since I did one of these. So let’s cut to the chase.

Life Itself is a documentary about the life of Pulitzer Prize winning film critic Roger Ebert. 745 more words


Politically Charged Double Feature: Brideshead Revisited (1981) and Moonlighting (1982)

Part of a series on the films of Jeremy Irons 

1981 was a banner year for Jeremy Irons. He made a splash through the prestige circuit, both on television with the lavish miniseries adaptation of  754 more words


Thumbs up. Way up.

The Man in the Moon (1991) by Robert Mulligan

This was the first movie that I have ever selected in my life just by being drawn to a beautiful phrase scribed on the newspaper movie ad. 124 more words


White America Embraced Bill Cosby, Shunned Richard Pryor and Could Not Have Been More Wrong

by Jason Koenigsberg

We all know the sad decline that Bill Cosby has gone through the past year. The accusations, the testimony, the shaming. Cosby was once the most beloved television personality that transcended race. 1,286 more words


Siskel and Ebert We Ain't, But Close!

Margaret’s Mini Movie Reviews with my comments following each:

Inside Out – Disney/Pixar I loved this movie!! What goes on in an 11 year old’s brain? 635 more words

the nuclear option

MJE is a forward-looking malcontent and really doesn’t like to rehash old dustups, but this one deserves a mention.

Besides the chemo business, things have been pretty quiet since Albatross threw Krylon on the back of her broomstick and flew back west. 349 more words