4 items from 2016
For the past week and change or so, I’ve been attending pre screenings for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. This lead up to the fest is always interesting to me because it represents a small sampling of what I’ll get to see during the few weeks that represents Tribeca. For now, it’s just a few recognizable titles sandwiched between a lot of ones I’d go in blind on, but that’s not a bad thing at all. So far, I’ve gotten to see Equals, Don’t Think Twice, High Rise, and Holidays, to name just a few that I’ve caught at pre screenings, but the real deal is set to begin very soon. In honor of that, I wanted to list all oft the movies that I think are of note at the fest. It’s far from a an all encompassing view of Tribeca, »
- Joey Magidson
The Mysteries of Laura this Wednesday at 8/7c serves up Part 1 of its finale, capping a creatively solid sophomore run that put the NBC drama’s nascent “She’s a cop, and a mom!” days behind it.
Each week, “Diamonds” (aka the show’s “stalwart” fans) swarm social media to cheer on Debra Messing‘s titular detective as she juggles homicides with motherhood and an ever-complicated love life.
VideosMysteries of Laura Sneak Peek: Debby Ryan Has Last Laugh During Interrogation
TVLine spoke with Messing about Laura‘s Season 2 evolution, the good in being “messy” and the sister act that’s about to erupt. »
Filmmakers Mike Flanagan, Fede Alvarez, Thomas Dekker, Sean Brosnan and stand-up comedian Robert Klein are just some of the names making their world premieres at the 23rd South by South Southwest Film Festival in their Midnighters, Festival Favorites, Shorts Programs and Special Events linup. In addition, for anyone who missed them in Park City, Utah, there’s a slew of familiar titles from the Sundance Film Festival here including Carnage Park in the Midnighters section… »
SXSW announced Tuesday its Midnighters, Festival Favorites, Shorts Programs and Special Events for its 23rd edition, running March 11-19, 2016 in Austin, Texas. The festival opens with the previously announced Richard Linklater comedy-drama “Everybody Wants Some.”
Bell stars in “Carnage Park” from Mickey Keating in which a team of wannabe crooks botch a small-town bank heist and flee with their hostage deep into the California desert. Pat Healy, Alan Ruck, Darby Stanchfield, Larry Fessenden, Graham Skipper, James Landry Hebert and Michael Villar also star.
Rory Culkin stars in the world premiere of “Jack Goes Home” from Thomas Dekker. After his father is killed in a car crash, his character travels home to Colorado to help nurse his mother (who was injured in the crash) back to health. »
- Dave McNary
4 items from 2016
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