Fate Themes and Colors LitCharts assigns a color and icon to each theme in Romeo and Juliet, which you can use to track the themes throughout the work. Love in Romeo and Juliet is not some pretty, idealized emotion.
What's Coming in The only person bringing more hawklike focus than I am to the Fall movie season is Ms.
Glenn Close, who's been assured by top brass at Sony Pictures Classics for a year now that this winter's Best Actress Oscar belongs to her.
Everyone knows you don't tempt the anger of Alex Forrest, Sunny von Bulow, or the Marquise de Merteuil, so I hope those suits at Sony know what the f they're doing.
Joan Castleman, Glenn's character in The Wife, is also pretty good at sniffing out a lie, threat, or looming disaster. Thus, whichever persona Glenn's adopting on a given day over the next four months, you know she'll be surveilling the movie screen at all hours, making sure some other hussy doesn't roll up to steal her trophy.
I personally know how to stay on Glenn's good side, so in a break from past tradition, when one musical diva or other emceed this blog feature though occasionally none turned up!
Yes, I know she considers herself a musical diva as well, and that's just fine. My plan is to see a handful or two of these titles at the Toronto Film Festival that starts later this week, so no time like now to nail this down.
In the wake of Amazon canceling Sea Oak, Glenn has decided she is a Netflix gal after all, so she has perused this helpful guide forwarded by the splendid Conrado Falco and added several gems to the roster below. Once titles have been graded and grayed out, the link will take you to my own website entry on the film, including tweet-length summaries of the overall impressions it made on me.
On to round two!! Cold War B - Sounds like Ida but more tempestuous? How will Bier get her eyes in extreme close-up? Tyler Perry as Colin Powell? What Were They Thinking? I don't even understand, but I'm intrigued?
Not as odd as Fatal Attraction I shouldn't want to see them—but Reader, I do! And they're hiding it! The Predator - A Trevante Rhodes film that involves some kind of monster The Mule - I feel like a grumpy, uninvited guest has abruptly shown up Making Montgomery Clift - Inside-the-family job; may require skepticism Postcards from London - Guess Harris isn't too worried about typecasting?
The Oath - Could be a timely comedy. Tiffany's agent has kept it moving! Private Life - Tamara Jenkins is great, but otherwise?
Peppermint - I'll do my part to keep Jen from being the ashes. Is Tyler Perry a bot? Often a bad sign. Searching - That's too many screens, and I'm agnostic about John Cho Quincy - Another doc about another star, where access trumps insight?
Maria by Callas - So, a documentary, but she's also played by Ardant? Life Itself - Hoo, boy. Oscar Isaac can lead me lots of places, but still Into the Spider-verse - You guys? His last was awful. Robin Hood - It's Robin Hood: I had no intention of going here, and yet I did Watch this space, because this always happens.
Path to Redemption - Oh, now they want to complicate it!
Bumblebee - Is this like a Muppet Babies for the Transformers series? But since it is Under the Silver Lake - Looks messy? Garfield has been losing his appeal Serenity - Wouldn't be the first over-solemn, under-cooked Knight joint Alita: Minding the Gap - A raved-about doc from an amazing movie company El mar la mar A - Just my kind of documentary, and made by a colleague How to Talk to Girls at Parties Sollers Point - Putty Hill has lingered with me.
Eager for this follow-up. Duck Butter - Elicited good notices from critics I trust. Hyde - I didn't sense anyone was over the moon, but it's Isabelle Thoroughbreds - Its partisans are really vehement, despite my doubts Tehran Taboo - I'm walking in cold, but the whole thing looks inventive The Strange Ones - I loved the short so much, I'm not sure I want more!Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and grupobittia.com Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd.
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