How do you convince the world that someone is stalking you when nobody can see the stalker — including you? That is the premise behind a new incarnation of “The Invisible Man,” starring Elisabeth Moss. Click for my full review.
Today I’m recommending another documentary which tells the stories of musicians whose names you didn’t know while they were working behind the stars and scenes.
If you’re not familiar with the screen work of the legendary Kirk Douglas, who has died at 103, I have a few suggestions (both good and bad).
Recently, I linked to a piece by a radio veteran lamenting the state of the industry and blaming consolidation. Today, I’m adding my own comments and recommending a documentary that makes the point even more strongly.
Did you take my advice and bet the under on the length of Demi Lovato’s version of the national anthem? Nailed it! And Jennifer Lopez used a stripper pole in her act, as I predicted, too. As for Shakira, her performance reminded me of this 2007 movie.
Here are a few thoughts on Noah Baumbach’s latest movie (starring Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver), which I finally got around to this weekend.
I’m not going to bother writing a full review of the JLo/CWu stripper movie, but how about four paragraphs?
Here’s the second of two podcasts I did this week with Tom, Kevin, and Joe on Reel Spoilers. This time, we went in depth on Sam Mendes’ World War I movie, “1917.”