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  • Sometimes You Just Luck Into The Right Job

    Sometimes You Just Luck Into The Right Job

    May 23, 2017 — Sometimes, when  you are really desperate, you make decisions that are totally wrong. And yet, sometimes they turn out to be the right choice.Bob Tree (Tom Green) is a hapless kind of guy, the sort who never can hold down a job, a woman, or anything else important.He attempts employment by using the yellow pages and trying out whatever starts with A. Once he gets fired by all of those opportunities, he starts at B.Hitting on being […]

  • “Bad Rap” Looks At The World Of Asian-American Rappers

    “Bad Rap” Looks At The World Of Asian-American Rappers

    May 23, 2017 — Hip hop music has taken over the world. Audiences around the globe respond to it; its style can be seen everywhere, and its big names are universal stars. But, despite its universal appeal, the face of hip hop is largely unchanged from its origins in the 1970’s. Rap stars are mostly black and Hispanic, with white faces trailing; men outnumber women.Bad Rap follows a group of unapologetic Asian-American rap artists who are trying to break through. These four — […]

  • Christian Slater Is Accustomed To Catching His Prey In “Pursued”

    Christian Slater Is Accustomed To Catching His Prey In “Pursued”

    May 22, 2017 — Gil Bellows stars as Ben Keats, the brilliant techie who has invented a tracking device that should help establish his new company — one he has been working on with his cohorts.His only problem — he is being pursued by Vincent Palmer (Christian Slater), a corporate head hunter who is accustomed to getting his way. In other words, he is accustomed to getting anyone in his sights.When his usual bag of tricks — outrageous offers, blandishments, essential […]

  • Lois Smith’s Brilliant Performance In “Marjorie Prime” Anchors This Fascinating Science Fiction Consideration Of Memory

    Lois Smith’s Brilliant Performance In “Marjorie Prime” Anchors This Fascinating Science Fiction Consideration Of Memory

    May 22, 2017 — Memory is so difficult.Intangible, it is often difficult to remember what is real and what isn’t. And what you want to remember or would prefer to forget.Marjorie Prime (Lois Smith) is an older woman who, in the near future, has Alzheimers’s. As she loses her ability to remember but maintains a sense of bereavement over the loss of her husband, her family buys her a hologram — an image of her late husband (Jon Hamm) as […]

  • In “The Acid House,” Irvine Welsh’s World Is Once Again On View

    In “The Acid House,” Irvine Welsh’s World Is Once Again On View

    May 19, 2017 — Irvine Welsh understands the world he writes about. Born in Edinburgh, familiar with working class poverty and the punk scene. He is concerned with Scottish identity, hooliganism and class divides.The Acid House is a triptych of films based on short stories by Welsh (Trainspotting) which takes you back into the world of young men from the slums of North Edinburgh — men who are not at good places in their lives.In the first story, The Granton Star […]

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