Crusading journalist Gary Webb’s exposé of Contras, cocaine, and the CIA gets a slick yet artless treatment in KILL THE MESSENGER.
Jude Law plays a consummate bad boy in DOM HEMINGWAY, a sadly empty exercise in macho posturing.
The dark showbiz satire TRUST ME is elevated by the empathetic eye of writer/director/star Clark Gregg.
MALADIES, the latest James Franco art project, squanders stellar performances and a sharp visual style on an airless exercise in monotony.
“Before there was punk, there was A Band Called Death”, a 1970’s Detroit punk band formed by three African American teenage brothers- David, Bobby and Dannis Hackney. They are now getting the recognition they deserve, including being known as the first black punk band.
There’s a joke in here, something about the inmates running the asylum, but it seems a bit weak compared to the wit of The Answer. This penultimate issue of Mike Norton and Dennis Hopeless’ superhero-gone-intellectual tale finds both the costume-clad Answer and his genius librarian sidekick Devin in the creepy