The band I think truly defines “New Wave”, a breath of fresh air after the heaviness of prog rock and anger of punk.
We’ll get the words straight from Elton this time. Knowing how honest and funny he is, I’m sure it’ll be a rollicking good time.
Realizing that I prefer imaginary locations more than real ones, I know I need therapy.
“Jojo Rabbit”: From Taika Waititi, the New Zealand director of “Hunt for the Wilderpeople” and “Thor: Ragnarok”, comes a very odd film where he plays a German boy whose imaginary friend happens to be Hitler. But since Waititi describes himself as a Polynesian Jew, we can rest assured it won’t exactly be a flattering portrayal. Looks a bit like a Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Wes Anderson. “Zombieland: Double Tap”: A bit of a pioneer in the resurgent zombie genre,
Proving she’s more than disapproving looks dressing down drag queens on parade, Michelle Visage of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” steps out on our her own.
When it seems that movies are increasingly superfluous, these come along that makes it worth the hassle of going to a movie theater when you could just sit at home in your underwear.
I know, as a gay person I’m not supposed to like Eddie Murphy but he has apologized and made amends and I’m glad he’s back in something that looks great.
I love it when films that were butchered when originally released get a chance to show their true intentions.
The big Fall books are arriving and the Andrew Ridgely book is highly anticipated, with everyone hoping for some good insights into George Michael and their days in Wham!
Yes, another Ben Platt article. You’re welcome.
We luv Kat Dennings of “Thor” and “Two Broke Girls” and she’s back in “Dollface” which debuts on November 15th on Hulu. Here, Kat plays Jules who gets dumped by her boyfriend and gets advised by a human-sized cat lady to stick with her girlfriends, whom she hasn’t seen much of since being subsumed by her relationship. She goes back to her friends and attempts to rebuild her friendships with them…so lots of hanging out, bonding, drinking, dishing funny dialogue.