Jennifer Hudson

Movie Review: Leaving Neverland (2019)

“These things cannot be long hidden: The Sun, the Moon, and the truth” — Buddha Dan Reed’s (“Three Days of Terror: The Charlie Hebdo Attacks”) gripping two-part documentary Leaving Neverland is not an easy watch, nor was it meant to be. While it may not ultimately be considered to be great cinema, it is a…

Movie Review: Lullaby (2014)

The Garrett Hedlund Dilemma: How To Avoid Outlaw Clichés and Maximize Potential. Does the above text currently exist? No, not yet it doesn’t — but the world of cinema may demand it by 2015. The opening scenes of Andrew Levitas’ feature debut, Lullaby, have Mr. Hedlund mirroring the roles of “On The Road” and “Inside…

Movie Review: The Three Stooges (2012)

I suppose the main question about this update is will the ridiculously violent, but often hilarious, slapstick comedy of Moses and Jerome Horiwitz and Louis Feinberg translate onto the modern screens of 2012. I am of course writing about Moe and Curly Howard and their third wheel, Larry Fine, who became the Three Stooges (after…

Movie Trailer: The Three Stooges (2012)

It looks a whole lot funnier than I thought it would. Yes, there are plenty of films that that statement could pertain to (more so in the other direction, however), but in this particular instance I’m referring to the trailer for 20th Century Fox’s The Three Stooges. To be honest though, it doesn’t look like…

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