Daily Archives: June 7, 2018

The man-children of the Jules Feiffer-written comedy 'Bernard and Huey' are out of time

Sharing some evident DNA with “Carnal Knowledge,” the 1971 film that established Feiffer, the longtime Village Voice cartoonist, as an equally gifted screenwriter, “Bernard and Huey” respectfully retains Pfeiffer’s distinctive speech patterns, but lacking the stronger directorial imprint of a Mike Nichols, what may have sounded fresh and daring back in the day quickly grows mannered and repetitive. … ENTERTAINMENT ...

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Dave Grohl and His Mom Producing New TV Show About Rock Stars’ Moms

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl and his mom, Virginia Hanlon Grohl, are executive producing a new docuseries about rock moms, Variety reports. Entitled “From Cradle to Stage,” the show is based on Virginia’s 2017 book of the same name. The series will feature interviews with the mothers of Pharrell, Adam Levine, Tom Morello, and more—as well as Virginia Grohl’s personal stories ...

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Cop and drug dealer team in smooth Korean action flick 'Believer'

In both Johnnie To’s superb 2012 Hong Kong crime thriller “Drug War” and Lee Hae-young’s fine new Korean remake, “Believer,” a dogged detective infiltrates a narcotics syndicate with the help of a possibly untrustworthy informant. Although they share a premise, “Drug War” is more of a gritty, realistic study of authoritarian power, while “Believer” is a slick action picture with ...

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Watch Gorillaz Debut 4 New Songs Live

This past weekend, Gorillaz debuted four new songs during their headlining set at Rock im Park festival in Nürnberg, Germany (as pointed out by Consequence of Sound). They rolled out “Tranz,” “Magic City,” “Sorcererz,” and “Souk Eye”—all set to appear on the band’s forthcoming album, The Now Now. Watch footage of the set below. … RSS: News

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