Dido Elizabeth Belle. Important and interesting history, no doubt. The film’s had good reviews and (hopefully) prompted some decent disucssion. To me Belle just appears a bit, well, like “Downton does racism” (cheers for the sass, Tom)…
3 DAYS TO KILL:
WALKING ON SUNSHINE:
I can’t even. Jesus. Bleurghhhhhhhhhh. R. Budd Dwyer.
COLD IN JULY:
Going by its trailer, if Cold in July can drop the pretense of substance it seems to be aiming for, and just dig in to the pulpy style it clearly has, we might be in for a fun little (midnight) movie.
TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT:
Ravely reviewed new one from the brothers Dardenne: master purveyors of verisimilitude, or, the veritable Thomas Cook of class tourism. That’s probably unfair, but so is the amount of kudos these two get. Anyway, I suppose this does look quite good. Judgement reserved, for now.
ALSO OUT THIS WEEK:
CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY VANILLA:
GLEE SEASON 5:
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