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Cocaine Bear: Off the Rails

by on March 22nd, 2023 | No Comments »

Tim Basaraba – Cocaine Bear’s box office success is a refreshing surprise that bodes well for films of similar ilk. Start with a bonkers premise, hire a smart young writer to have fun with a menagerie of characters, then cast those characters with a mix of legitimate stars and promising up-and-comers.

All Quiet in the Western World of Art

by on March 8th, 2023 | 1 Comment »

Peter Cameron – World War I changed everything. It created the modern world. Violently. Before the First World War began, forces of unimaginable power were converging across Europe. These powerful forces led to the creation of new and revolutionary art, such as Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring.

Oscars Preview: Best Picture Nominees’ Vegas Betting Odds

by on March 8th, 2023 | No Comments »

Paul Broderson – We have all been there. Whether we’re in line at a coffee shop, chatting in the breakroom, or arguing on Facebook with classmates we haven’t seen in 20 years, the Oscars are this weekend and no one likes to pick a loser. Even if you don’t plan on spending time watching that shameless debacle, you probably want to have a good idea which film will win.


by on March 7th, 2023 | 1 Comment »

Peter Cameron – I wonder if the ancient Egyptians felt it necessary to separate art from the artist. Life was brutish and brief back then, so I’m not sure what an artist could’ve done to offend those ancient sensibilities. The main concern, I imagine, would’ve been trying not to offend the Pharaoh.

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