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Run-all-night-joel-kinnaman-liam-neeson Define “Run”

At this point, there is just one Liam Neeson movie: Taken a Non-Stop Run All Night to Walk Among the Tombstones 3. Neeson isn’t in the midst of some Nicolas Cage supernova, in which an actor’s need to perpetually work and “get dat paper” creates an acting black hole more realistic than anything in Interstellar. It’s worse. Sadder somehow. Neeson is still trying, still making a genuine effort in each of these rote,...


Ending in the Middle Earth

There are many things I don’t understand: quantum mechanics, car commercials, who put the bomp in the bomb bah bomp bah bomp. But chief among the perplexing unsolvables to me remains how people who loved writer/director Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy don’t like the current Hobbit series. Better acted, more personal and possessed of better visuals and 100% more Evangeline Lilly, the only way in which this...


Glimpse box out 023 index Cutting Room

I try not to be serious in this column very often out of a fear that someone may think I take myself seriously. And yet, with a subject as important as this next one, I’m gonna move the jokey jokes to my back pocket. The Holocaust is falling out of living memory (see, I told you this would be serious), which is to say that the generation of people with first-hand, personal knowledge of one of  (if not the most)...


O-brit-marling-facebook Cutting Room

Technically, this isn’t movie news, but seeing as how movies and TV are practically one and the same right now in terms of quality storytelling (and considering that Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij have made movies together…and considering this is MY damn column), I’m going to tell you about the most exciting thing: “The OA.” The dynamic duo’s latest is a drama series that just landed at Netflix. I think Marling is...


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