- Music Reviews
- October 16, 2019
Endure (Pravda). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Two troubled teens flee to their own personal fantasy kingdom, leaving their elders confused and desperate. It’s the “feel good” film of the year!
Zombieland breaks free from the confines of traditional zombie films by infusing extra heavy doses of black comedy with the blood and gore.
Bill Murray — who seems to have developed a predilection for serious yet off-beat roles in slowly-paced films — stars in Jim Jarmusch’s latest as a sleuthing ex-Lothario. Brian Heater investigates.
Nicotine and caffeine are the narcotics of choice in Jim Jarmusch’s latest, a set of vignettes that pulls together some of Hollywood’s quirkiest talents. Rob Levy shakes off the jitters and cravings long enough to tell us all about it.
Pull Up a Table for Coffee & Cigarettes, by Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray, alfred Molina, Steve Coogan, Iggy Pop, RZA, GZA, Tom Waits, Renee French,Meg White, Jack White
Soundtrack (Emperor Norton). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Oscar buzz continues at Ink 19, as Daniel L. Mitchell takes a look at director Wes Anderson’s quirky new film The Royal Tenenbaums.
I recently attended Charlie’s Angels with my kid, a 14-year-old male. …