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        Entertainer published a blog post #374 February 18, 2020

        Matt writes: For the third year in a row, I had the privilege of representing in the press room of the Academy Awards, and I got to experience firsthand the roars of elation that occurred when Bong Joon-ho's "Parasite" became the first foreign language film to win Best Picture. You can read my complete coverage here, as well as Brian Tallerico's 4-star review of "Parasite" here.


        The French Dispatch (2020). Written and directed by Wes Anderson. Starring Saoirse RonanTimothée ChalametElisabeth Moss. Synopsis: A love letter to journalists set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional 20th-century French city that brings to life a collection of stories published in "The French Dispatch" magazine. Opens in US theaters on July 24th, 2020.

        Military Wives (2020). Directed by Peter Cattaneo. Written by Rosanne Flynn and Rachel Tunnard. Starring Kristin Scott ThomasSharon HorganJason Flemyng. Synopsis: With their partners away serving in Afghanistan, a group of women on the home front form a choir and quickly find themselves at the center of a media sensation and global movement. Opens in US theaters on March 27th, 2020.

        Deerskin (2020). Written and directed by Quentin Dupieux. Starring Jean DujardinAdèle HaenelAlbert Delpy. Synopsis: A man's obsession with his designer deerskin jacket causes him to blow his life savings and turn to crime. Opens in US theaters on March 20th, 2020.

        The Hunt (2020). Directed by Craig Zobel. Written by Nick Cuse and Damon Lindelof. Starring Ethan SupleeJ.C. MacKenzieEmma Roberts. Synopsis: Twelve strangers wake up in a clearing. They don't know where they are, or how they got there. They don't know they've been chosen - for a very specific purpose - The Hunt. Opens in US theaters on March 13th, 2020.

        Undine (2020). Written and directed by Christian Petzold. Starring Paula BeerFranz RogowskiMaryam Zaree. Synopsis: Undine is a city guide in Berlin. When her friend leaves her, she catches up with the curse of the old myth. Undine must kill the man who betrays them and return to the water. US release date is TBA.

        Resistance (2020). Written and directed by Jonathan Jakubowicz. Starring Jesse EisenbergEd HarrisEdgar Ramírez. Synopsis: The story of a group of Jewish Boy Scouts who worked with the French Resistance to save the lives of ten thousand orphans during World War II. Opens in US theaters on March 27th, 2020.

        The Vast of Night (2020). Directed by Andrew Patterson. Written by James Montague and Craig W. Sanger. Starring Sierra McCormickJake HorowitzGail Cronauer. Synopsis: In the twilight of the 1950s, on one fateful night in New Mexico, a young switchboard operator Fay and charismatic radio DJ Everett discover a strange audio frequency that could change their small town and the future forever. Opens in US theaters on May 29th, 2020.

        All the Bright Places (2020). Directed by Brett Haley. Written by Liz Hannah and Jennifer Niven. Starring Elle FanningKeegan-Michael KeyAlexandra Shipp. Synopsis: The story of Violet and Theodore, who meet and change each other's lives forever. As they struggle with the emotional and physical scars of their past, they discover that even the smallest places and moments can mean something. Debuts on Netflix on February 28th, 2020.

        The Roads Not Taken (2020). Written and directed by Sally Potter. Starring Javier BardemElle FanningSalma Hayek. Synopsis: This film follows a day in the life of Leo and his daughter, Molly, as he floats through alternate lives he could have lived, leading Molly to wrestle with her own path as she considers her future. Opens in US theaters on March 13th, 2020.

        The Staggering Girl (2020). Directed by Luca Guadagnino. Written by Michael Mitnick. Starring Julianne MooreMia GothKyle MacLachlan. Synopsis: Francesca, an Italian-American writer who lives in New York and must return to Rome to retrieve her aging mother. Debuts on MUBI on February 15th, 2020.

        Blow the Man Down (2020). Written and directed by Bridget Savage Cole and Danielle Krudy. Starring David CoffinDavid PridemoreAdam Wolf Mayerson. Synopsis: Mary Beth and Priscilla Connolly attempt to cover up a gruesome run-in with a dangerous man. To conceal their crime, the sisters must go deep into the criminal underbelly of their hometown, uncovering the town's darkest secrets. Debuts on Amazon Video on March 20th, 2020.

        Radioactive (2020). Directed by Marjane Satrapi. Written by Jack Thorne (based on the graphic novel by Lauren Redniss). Starring Anya Taylor-JoyRosamund PikeAneurin Barnard. Synopsis: A story of the scientific and romantic passions of Marie Sklodowska-Curie (Polish scientist) and Pierre Curie, and the reverberation of their discoveries throughout the 20th century. Opens in US theaters on April 24th, 2020.

        Go Back to China (2020). Written and directed by Emily Ting. Starring Anna AkanaRichard NgLynn Chen. Synopsis: When spoiled rich girl Sasha Li blows through most of her trust fund, she is cut off by her father and forced to go back to China and work for the family toy business. Opens in US theaters on March 9th, 2020.

        Tommaso (2020). Written and directed by Abel Ferrara. Starring Cristina ChiriacWillem DafoeAnna Ferrara. Synopsis: The story of an American artist living in Rome with his young European wife Nikki and their 3-year-old daughter, Dee Dee. US release date is TBA.

        Minions: The Rise of Gru (2020). Directed by Kyle Balda, Brad Ableson and Jonathan del Val. Written by Matthew Fogel (based on characters by Cinco Paul). Starring Steve CarellLucy LawlessTaraji P. Henson. Synopsis: The untold story of one twelve-year-old's dream to become the world's greatest supervillain. Opens in US theaters on July 3rd, 2020.

        Brahms: The Boy II (2020). Directed by William Brent Bell. Written by Stacey Menear. Starring Katie HolmesOwain YeomanChristopher Convery. Synopsis: After a family moves into the Heelshire Mansion, their young son soon makes friends with a life-like doll called Brahms. Opens in US theaters on February 21st, 2020.

        The Way Back (2020). Directed by Gavin O'Connor. Written by Gavin O'Connor and Brad Ingelsby. Starring Ben AffleckJanina GavankarMichaela Watkins. Synopsis: A former HS basketball phenom, struggling with alcoholism, is offered a coaching job at his alma mater. As the team starts to win, he may have a reason to confront his old demons. But will it be enough to set him on the road to redemption? Opens in US theaters on March 6th, 2020.

        Spiral (2020). Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. Written by Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger. Starring Chris RockSamuel L. JacksonMarisol Nichols. Synopsis: A sadistic mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in this terrifying new chapter of the "Saw" franchise. Opens in US theaters on May 15th, 2020.

        Best Films of Sundance 2020


        Matt writes: Our complete lists of the best films and best performances at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival feature enticing work recommended by Brian Tallerico, Nick Allen, Monica Castillo, Robert Daniels and Tomris Laffly.

        Kirk Douglas (1916-2020)


        Matt writes: Kirk Douglas, the astonishingly versatile star of such classics as "Paths of Glory," "Spartacus," "Ace in the Hole" and "The Bad and the Beautiful," died on February 5th at age 103 and was eulogized by Peter Sobczynski.

        Free Movies

        Beau Ideal (1931). Directed by Herbert Brenon. Written by Percival Christopher Wren, Elizabeth Meehan and Paul Schofield. Starring Frank McCormickRalph ForbesLester Vail. Synopsis: An American joins the French Foreign Legion in order to rescue a boyhood friend.

        Watch "Beau Ideal"

        Royal Wedding (1951). Directed by Stanley Donen. Written by Alan Jay Lerner. Starring Fred AstaireJane PowellPeter Lawford. Synopsis: A brother and sister dance act encounter challenges and romance when booked in London during the Royal Wedding.

        Watch "Royal Wedding"

        Spider Baby (1967). Written and directed by Jack Hill. Starring Lon Chaney Jr.Carol OhmartQuinn K. Redeker. Synopsis: A caretaker devotes himself to three demented siblings after their father's death.

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        Posted: February 18, 2020, 6:01 am

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        “Yesterday was bad. Today, I’m gonna fix it.” – Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn)

        AMC’s brilliant “Better Call Saul” is about many things, but an undercurrent of trying to “fix yesterday” definitely courses through all five seasons of the show. Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) was first trying to fix the yesterday of his conman past, going as straight as possible before realizing that his brother would never let yesterday go. Now he’s trying to fix the yesterday of Jimmy McGill by discarding that entire part of his existence, becoming Saul Goodman, an attorney who offers 50% and only half-considers how that may encourage his new clients to commit crimes they may otherwise not commit. Meanwhile, Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks) is unable to fix the yesterday of his complicity in the death of his son, while Kim is stuck between the perceived authority of Hamlin, Hamlin, & McGill, the pro bono work she finds more satisfying, and uncertainty as to whether or not she cares for Saul Goodman in the way she did for Jimmy McGill.


        After the longest season-opening “flash-forward” to date, season five picks up close to where we left off last year. As it has for four full seasons before, “Better Call Saul” tracks multiple plotlines over the first four episodes. The main arc is that of Jimmy finally becoming Saul, owning the name, the style, and the bravado that he would be known for on “Breaking Bad.” He uses the networks created by the burner phones to find the people in Albuquerque who may need something better than a public defender but can’t afford Howard Hamlin. The writing on this show is so nuanced that one can track the gradual steps from Jimmy to Saul over the first four seasons, and see how what has happened to him with his brother, HHM, Kim, and others has brought him here. And he’s still trying to do some good by helping those in need of good counsel—at least, he can still convince himself he’s doing some good.

        Kim Wexler isn’t so sure. One of the first arcs involves a man (played by the wonderful Barry Corbin) who is adamantly unwilling to leave the land needed by one of Wexler’s high-profile clients. He will legally be forced to leave because of a stipulation in his deed that allows them to buy it out from him at barely over market price, but there’s an interesting parallel being drawn between Saul’s work and Kim’s. Everyone is running some sort of scam or con—it’s just in different clothing.

        The start of season five also brings back a theme of process and structure to a show that has often taken the time to detail how things get done. We see more of the internal operation of Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) as he deals with the fallout over the Mexicans learning too much about his business. Tony Dalton is excellent as Lalo Salamanca, who starts digging around Fring’s business in a way that puts Nacho (the always underrated Michael Mando) in a tough spot. Finally, as the previews have revealed, season five of “Better Call Saul” brings back a serious feeling of yesterday with the return of Dean Norris and Steven Michael Quezada as DEA Agents Hank Schrader and Steven Gomez, respectively. Seeing Hank in this world again poignantly connects “Saul” through “Bad” and even “El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie.” Without spoilers, he’s on the edge of the Fring operation in a way that makes it feel even more tragic that he won’t connect the dots for years.

        Where does “Better Call Saul” go from here? One of many remarkable things about “Saul” is how the writers have defied the common trap of prequels in that we still feel urgency even though we know that nothing too bad can happen to Saul, Mike, Gus, and now Hank because that wouldn’t line up with “Breaking Bad.” (Although I worry more about Kim with each passing episode.) Somehow, we still feel the immediacy of their situations in ways that “Bad” didn’t even do given how breakneck that show was in its pacing. The truly remarkable accomplishments of “Better Call Saul” that make it arguably the best drama on TV are in the subtlety and nuance of the characters—both in terms of writing and performance. It’s in the relatability of how they’re often just fighting to figure out how to get through the day, and sometimes too concerned about fixing yesterday to do what they should be doing—worrying about tomorrow.

        Four episodes screened for review

        By: Brian Tallerico
        Posted: February 17, 2020, 2:23 pm

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            The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Maritime Administration (MARAD) awards more than $280 million in discretionary grant funding, through the new Port Infrastructure Development Program, to improve port facilities at or near coastal...

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                • If you are a gaming lover,you might have been waiting for new upcoming games for 2020 or from march 2020 on-words. So, stay ready almost 15 games are coming up ,which will force you to forget your own personality.

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                        Just when we thought movies that assert we are all circumstantially connected via cosmic powers went out of fashion for good, comes along yet another story of intertwined destinies. Outdated from the offset—think Fernando Meirelles’ “360,” Garry Marshall’s “New Year’s Eve” and a certain brand of early Alejandro González Iñárritu films without the miserablism—the frustratingly unrealistic “The Kindness of Strangers” from Danish writer/director Lone Scherfig exploits the aforesaid subgenre’s most testing traits, yielding a syrupy brew thick with twee and an abundance of cringe-inducing moments pulling at heartstrings. Fanciful to a fault and yet carried by an ensemble of committed performers—so purely dedicated that you end up feeling embarrassed on their behalf—Scherfig’s latest effort pursues something naively magical, only to end up with a mélange of miscalculated, cheap sentiments.

                        The wondrous emporium that sets the stage for our tangled souls is New York City; the town where this critic is from and therefore can confirm: we don’t quite chip in to the flow of things with an unlimited amount of selfless acts on a daily basis. But in the writer/director’s fantasy edition of the Big Apple, generosity floods through the town’s gridded bowels as amply as the East River. The main benefactor—the one that whisks us into this imaginary version of the city—is Clara (Zoe Kazan), a horribly mistreated young mother with two sons, running away from her abusive husband who lives somewhere around Upstate, works as a cop and seems thirsty for violence. After their car gets towed—the fugitive family’s temporary accommodation till then—Clara and her good-natured pre-teen boys Jude (Finlay Wojtak-Hissong) and Anthony (Jack Fulton) brave it out in the cold streets of downtown Manhattan, trying out homeless shelters or wherever would accept them for the night. Thanks to her implausibly polished looks—slick dresses, freshly touched-up waves (who knows how) and elegant shoes—Clara occasionally manages to sneak into hotels and cocktail parties undetected to scavenge for scraps and crosses paths with a number of helpful yet victimized humans who also seem lost in their own ways.

                        Among them are Andrea Riseborough’s resolute Alice, juggling an impossible schedule both as a tireless nurse of 12-hour shifts and also as a volunteer somehow, working in support groups and soup kitchens. There is also Tahar Rahim’s ex-convict Marc, Caleb Landry Jones’ down-on-his-luck, hapless small-timer Jeff, and the past-his-prime Russian restaurateur Timofey (Bill Nighy), who runs the once-upon-time-popular joint Winter Palace, an old-worldly spot where Marc works as a manager. A fantastical hub for everyone that the story touches, Winter Palace looks like the kind of place where there is an endless supply of caviar and vodka and a side of thick Russian accent 24/7. Except (and here’s the film’s biggest twist): Timofey is not even Russian. His real name is Tim and his fake accent, he believes, is supposed to create a certain intrigue to better his business.

                        Of course, that never happens. Not that it matters in “The Kindness of Strangers,” as Scherfig—who had previously found exceptional emotional and historical detail within the romantic and deeply feminist beats of “An Education” and “Their Finest”—doesn’t linger on anyone or anything long enough for them to grow into substantial entities. Instead, her film moves along with barely there, heartbreakingly lonesome characters spreading some good deeds while getting lost in the shuffle. We wait—and wait—to learn, for instance, why Jeff fails at everything, how Clara found herself in the midst of a nightmarish marriage and what lies beneath her husband’s (slowly revealed) psychopathic acts. Those answers never get delivered. Similarly underdeveloped elsewhere is the vague romance between Marc and Clara—the one thing that could have helped save the aimless movie that fizzles before it reaches anything halfway rewarding. While Sebastian Blenkov’s picture-book cinematography, aided by Andrew Lockington’s overly sentimental score, insists on a whimsical idea of human unity in New York, it’s too bad that Scherfig’s untidy narrative never connects the dots.

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                        Posted: February 14, 2020, 2:39 pm