- Music Reviews
- October 20, 2017
“Sincerely, L. Cohen: A Live Celebration” (Potato Family Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
An uptight accountant survives a bank robbery and goes on to lead his own one man re-distribution of wealth in post war Italy.
A teenage girls struggles with girlfriends and boyfriends as she attempt to find her place in the world of the 1980s in Cheerleader.
New Orleans oddballs wander through life, bars and bad romances.
Two Americans and a Chinese girl from the morgue steal a body and go on a scenic road trip around Taiwan, seeking the ideal burial spot for their friend.
The Florida Film Fest returns to Orlando. Here’s a preview of some of the feature films. Screenigns will be held throughout Orlando and our own Carl F Gauze runs down some of his highlights!
Julie Haverkate wishes The Duchess moved her as much as Keira Knightley‘s performance did.
Ken Stott returns as the hard-drinking, hard-smoking, DI John Rebus for a second set of mysteries, based on the books by Ian Rankin. This series sees Rebus dealing with complex ciphers, underworld bosses, duplicitous businessmen, and dead cats, along with the requisite murders in each episode. Joe Frietze gives his best good cop/bad cop.
Helen Mirren returns to say goodbye to her groundbreaking character Jane Tennison in the conclusion to the Prime Suspect series. Amidst a myriad of personal problems, she must search for a missing-presumed-dead 14-year-old girl.
Drama (Hybris). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Finally! A film from Thailand titled 6ixtynin9 that’s almost safe enough to watch with your parents and Aaron Shaul is incredulously impressed.
Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa new film about working class alienation and jellyfish mutation in Tokyo is called Bright Future. Aaron Shaul readily acknowledges it as a winning combination.