But as anyone knows if they experienced The Florida Project with Prince as their guide, she’s a compulsively watchable actor. She plays the fanciful premise (“What if Veronica Mars, but tinier?”) with such utter conviction that Home Before Dark is appealing in spite of its flaws. … [Read more...] about ‘Home Before Dark’ Review: What If ‘Veronica Mars,’ But Tinier?
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In the former, because almost 30 years since her sitcom made its loud entrance, Barr still remarkably retains the ability to shock long after the likes of Bret Easton Ellis, Pamela Anderson, Simon Cowell, and the British monarchy have lost it. Granted, in this hyped up incarnation that reunites the comedian with John Goodman and the rest of the original cast, a lot of that shock value shtick is the Emmy winner’s very vocal support of Donald Trump, in real life and in the Connor household of the March 27 debuting sitcom. … [Read more...] about ‘Roseanne’ Review: ABC’s Stilted Revival Misses Cues But Plays Trump Card Well
Female reviewers were more likely to mention the name of a woman who’d directed a film and to use exclusively positive comments when talking about her work. Fifty-two percent of the reviews written by women, as compared to 38 percent of those written by men, included complimentary comments about the woman director. In contrast, when talking about a male director, male reviewers were more likely to offer up complimentary words than their female counterparts by 32 percent to 23 percent. … [Read more...] about Study: Men Who Dominate Movie Reviewing Shortchange Women Directors
Melissa Rauch is a bit screechy as Harley Quinn. At some points I felt I was hearing Bernadette yelling from The Big Bang Theory. This may honestly be because I'm so used to hearing Arleen Sorkin voice Harley. She's done the character for years across multiple platforms. Rauch feels hardtack in her approach. At some points she hits the humorous notes, e.g. the bedroom scene. Director Sam Liu needed to make that vocal inflection standard for the character throughout the film. … [Read more...] about Batman and Harley Quinn Review: A Campy, Sex-Fueled 90s Nostalgia Trip
The film opens with Terra's one year anniversary with the team. She's never fit in, despite everyone's efforts and fawning attention from Beast Boy (Brandon Soo Hoo). The Titans are hot on the trail of a religious despot, Brother Blood (Gregg Henry); and his legion of followers, the H.I.V.E. The mission to capture Blood takes second stage to the coupling of Nightwing (Sean Maher) and Starfire (Kari Wahlgren). The elders of the group have decided to move in together. As love permeates the team, Damian Wayne (Stuart Allen), the new Robin, senses something is amiss with the group and H.I.V.E. His instincts are correct. Deathstroke, voiced by Miguel Ferrer before his death, has been manipulating them to a sinister end. … [Read more...] about Teen Titans: Judas Contract Review: A Fast, Fun DC Animated Movie