Written for the screen and directed by Charlie Kaufman. US, 2020, 134 minutes. Available on Netflix.
On recent changes in the video-on-demand industry.
Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine are a nonfiction filmmaking team whose previous work together includes "The Overnighters" and the Netflix series "The Family".
Film Review: The Killing Floor
Directed by Bill Duke. US, 1984, 118 minutes.
Available on June 19 at the “Virtual Cinema” pages of the Brattle Theatre, the Cabot Street Cinema, and other film institutions.
First thing you hear in The Killing Floor is voiceover narration delivered by a black man in the South circa September 1917, right before he catches a train for Chicago. “The war ...
Film Review: The King of Staten Island
Co-written and directed by Judd Apatow. US, 2020, 136 minutes.
Available on VOD platforms.
Apatow’s previous film Trainwreck (2015) began with Amy (Schumer) sleeping with a caricature who’s listed in the credits as “Staten Island Oli” (Josh Segarra). He’s ...