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Friend Merrill Markoe On How “The Simpsons” Co-Creator Sam Simon Is Spending His Fortune And Final Days

Friend Merrill Markoe On How “The Simpsons” Co-Creator Sam Simon Is Spending His Fortune And Final Days

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Alison Bechdel Passes The Genius Test

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Michael Torgan, Formerly Of The New Beverly, Sets Some Issues Straight About 35mm Print Quality And QT’s Stewardship

Michael Torgan, Formerly Of The New Beverly, Sets Some Issues Straight About 35mm Print Quality And QT’s Stewardship 

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Wilmington on Movies: The Skeleton Twins

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Many American plays and movies about families are horror stories of a sort. That’s true of some of the masters of the form, like Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller and Eugene O’Neill—and it also goes somewhat for Craig Johnson’s The Skeleton Twins, in which Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig, two brilliant comic actors taking a whirl at drama, play a pair of New York-born suburban twins, Milo and Maggie, who’ve been alienated for a decade (since their mid-‘20s) and are now drawn together by what was very nearly a double tragedy: near-simultaneous near-suicides of both because of unhappy love lives.

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The Torontonian reviews This Is Where I Leave You

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Like a middling episode of House-”Arrested Development,” Shawn Levy’s This Is Where I Leave You—adapted from the Jonathan Tropper novel of the same name—is a dysfunctional family dramedy lacking in laughs and an emotional punch to really bring it home. The film gets by on its likable cast, but the fact that this film merely passes despite such a talented crop of comedic talent should speak to a general failure, or at least a sense of disappointment.

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Wilmington on Movies: Honeymoon

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20,000 Days On Earth’s Nick Cave Looks To Poets Like Frederick Seidel, Ezra Pound And John Berryman For Inspiration

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Vulture Highlights 15 Key “Hacks” For Netflix Subscribers

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How Advertising Helped Theodore Melfi Get His Bill Murray-Starrer St. Vincent Made

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“Rihanna Just Took On The NFL And CBS… And Won”

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“Star Wars has been a unique property, more than any other property,” Disney Sez

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Terry Gilliam And Rian Johnson Talk It Up At Talkhouse

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Cannes-Winning Leviathan Gets Russian Release

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TIFF ’14: Jon Stewart, writer/director of Rosewater

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“Scott carefully anatomizes the trees but misses the forest, or to speak more precisely ignores the condition of the soil. His essay appears to treat ‘culture’ as a sealed and self-referential system, one that shapes and reflects human consciousness but has only an incidental relationship with economic, political and social factors that lie outside its purview.”
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“Studios treat audiences like lemmings, like cattle in a stockyard. I don’t want to ask actors or anyone else on a movie to work so hard with me if the studios treat us as though we’re making Big Macs. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo is not a Big Mac. Gone Girl is not a Big Mac.”
~ David Fincher In The October Playboy

 

“We’re on our way out. Anybody that doesn’t realize that is looking like it’s Christmas or something. We’re on our way out, as a culture. America doesn’t make anything anymore! The Chinese make it! Detroit’s a great example. All of those cities that used to be something. If you go to a truck stop in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, you’ll probably see the face of America. How desperate we are. Really desperate. Just raw.”
~ Sam Shepard Sings America