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Marked Woman (1937)
7/10
near greatness
13 November 2019
In Manhattan, crime lord Johnny Vanning takes over a nightclub where Mary Dwight Strauber (Bette Davis) works as a hostess. He's making changes turning the place into a "clip joint". When he threatens to fire the older Estelle, Mary steps in to save her job. She is directed to entertain Ralph who reveals that he doesn't have the money to pay. The man is later found dead and the police comes for Mary after finding a matchbook on the body with her name. Hard charging prosecutor David Graham (Humphrey Bogart) questions the girl after she is picked out of a lineup.

I really love this movie up to the point where Bette Davis is first locked up in jail when she gets the visit from the Vanning crony. It stumbles a little and fails to reach its greatest potential. I thought she could get attacked in prison or be released due to lack of evidence and go on the run. Instead, it goes to a boring trial and released anyways. It'd be better to get there faster. Bette Davis continues to shine although she needs more screen time with Bogey. Nevertheless, there are some powerful scenes. Bette Davis gets beaten off-screen and the women get harassed. Those are great scenes and the movie has near greatness.
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Bordertown (1935)
6/10
Bette
12 November 2019
In L.A., idealistic Mexican-American Johnny Ramirez is a new lawyer to the delight of his mother. He takes the case of poor Manuel Diego whose truck got destroyed by the reckless driving of drunk debutante Dale Elwell. He loses his temper in court and loses his licence. He sees his plight as a result of the high priced lawyer and his own poor background. He goes to Mexico to work as a bouncer for casino owner Charlie Roark. He becomes Roark's trusted right hand man who is married to wife Marie (Bette Davis).

Bette Davis doesn't come in until after thirty minutes. In a way, the movie is almost divided by that and the change in Johnny's character. His anger issue is not set up before the court case. It comes out of nowhere and the character is a Jekyll and Hyde situation. He's two different characters, one before the trial and one after. Even the way he talks is different. With set up of his self-assurance and explosive anger, his failure in court could lead to his spiral downwards in a more believable way. The script was changed due to the Code and that may have changed the character in the first act. Twenty something Bette Davis has the charisma and the horsepower for this movie. I would love a movie of her and Johnny in a wild dysfunctional relationship. Instead, I am uncertain about Johnny's character journey. The movie is trying for a theme of the corruption of money and it comes off as too heavy-handed. There may be a great story in here but it gets muddled a little.
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The InBetween (2019– )
7/10
standard network show
12 November 2019
Cassie Bedford (Harriet Dyer) has the ability to communicate with the dead. The spirit world haunts her. She helps her foster father, Seattle police detective Tom Hackett (Paul Blackthorne), in his cases. Former FBI Agent Damien Asante from L.A. is his new partner.

I really like the villain in the first season. It's too bad that he is 'killed' off in the finale. The show gets canceled anyways, so no big lost. It's a standard network ghost/police procedural. I never got into Medium or Ghost Whisperer but I like this show. Its biggest drawback is the probably the lead. I like the actress but she's a thirty year old unknown. She's not the usual hot skinny twentysomething for this type of show. I like her presence which seems to suggest a difficult life. There is a fitting hardness to her but not too hard. She doesn't squeal at every jump scare like a little girl. I like the character calibrations. The show didn't really drop off but it started at a low level as a summer replacement.
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6/10
Bette Davis for a half
11 November 2019
Spoiled San Francisco socialite Arlene Bradford (Bette Davis) returns to her partying ways and brings along her sweet half-sister Val. She steals security bonds from the family and cash out with investment broker fiancé Spencer Carlton. She's involved with crime boss Jake Bello. The theft is discovered as the family business tries to cover it up. Arlene disappears and Val is desperate to find her. Reporters find her body in the car that Val is driving.

This starts as an intriguing drama with Bette Davis. I expected this to be a girl behaving badly and getting over her head. In a way, that's what happens but I'm surprised that Bette Davis doesn't stay in the movie. It stops being her movie. It becomes a bit of a screwball thriller with the body in the trunk. This is a movie split in two. The first half is a character study with Arlene. The second half is more silly starting with the kicking contest in the newsroom. After that, even Arlene disappears for a while. It becomes a bit jumbled. I would have liked to follow Bette Davis for the whole movie. Failing that, the movie should follow Arlene all the way to the end.
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7/10
William Powell... sleuth
11 November 2019
Philo Vance (William Powell) competes in a show dog competition at Long Island Kennel Club. Hilda Lake (Mary Astor) is frustrated by her uncle Archer Coe who controls her share of the family fortune. A dog is killed. Coe is shot dead in a presumed suicide. Vance does not believe that Coe has the mentality to kill himself. He cancels his trip to Italy and gets the police to reopen the investigation.

This is a solid mystery film from the early talkie era. It has the foresight to cast William Powell as the sly amateur sleuth. He simply fits the role which he would do over and over again. He's a dapper Sherlock Holmes. The mystery is rather old fashion. It would be nice for him to get a partner and the dog doesn't count. From that early scene, I assumed that he would be paired up with Mary Astor for the whole movie. Powell is such a better actor with a smart dame by his side.
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The Naked Truth (1995–1998)
6/10
network change
11 November 2019
27 year old Nora Wilde (Téa Leoni) divorces her cheating newspaper magnet husband Leland Banks. She proclaims that she doesn't want a dime and gets back only her name. He blackballs her as a photojournalist from the industry and she can only get a job on a tabloid. Camilla Dane (Holland Taylor) is her new boss and Nicky Columbus is a fellow photographer. Chloe Banks (Amy Ryan) is her step-daughter.

The first season has Leoni trying to be the new Lucille Ball with some success. Holland Taylor is great. The premise should allow for celeb cameo like Extras. Nicky is a problem but Chloe is a bigger problem. Amy Ryan is in her late 20's and she has always seem like an older spirit. She's only two years younger than Leoni in real life. The role fits more as a younger flakey spoiled rich girl. Non of that screams Amy Ryan. At least, she should be Nora's roommate or get a job at the Comet to piss off her father. The first season is a zany single gal sitcom. It has its moments and has some fun.

The show moved from ABC to NBC for the second season. Amy Ryan gets faded out. Some retooling is tried like adding Norm from Cheers except he's mean but not mean enough to be funny. Stupid Dave is now just Dave. He turns from loveable idiot to stupid weirdo. While Nick is not that good, the rotating door of bad dates is worst. Mark may as well be a blank. Her new home is more homey. Her first season home is an empty Laverne & Shirley L.A. apartment which is interesting and a little quirky. NBC turns the show into a more standard 90's network workplace sitcom. It loses a bit of spice but probably fits better with the rest of the network comedies. The show gets a nice bump from the network change.

The retooling continues in the third season. Only Nora, Camilla, and Dave survive the purge. Dave is the best secondary character but Dave stops being stupid and stops being fun. Holland Taylor is the other important actress. They join another paper with a whole new cast. Jake is a lesser Nicky but at least, he's more than Mark. The show loses its chemistry. Leoni even tries changing her hair. The viewership takes a nosedive and the show gets cancelled. It's a failure in retooling.
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From Friend to Fiancé (2019 TV Movie)
4/10
drama
10 November 2019
Jess is a nice girl who is great at organizing her friends' weddings. At the latest one, she gets dumped by her boyfriend. Her best friend Ted announces his engagement to their high school mean girl schoolmate Kimberly Kentwood who along with everyone made fun of his weight. Ted asks Jess to be the best woman and plan his wedding.

In a movie like this, the bride is usually the villain. This Hallmark movie intends to twist the cliché into something else. In order to do that, one must think clearly of the premise. It could have downloaded the villainy to the two mean bridesmaids. All the trouble with the wedding needs to be their evil schemes to divide bride from the groom. This movie needs the melodrama. After presenting the character, the story slows down to a crawl. Kimberly isn't allowed to add the drama. The audience is kept waiting for Jess to come to terms with her feelings. While it's interesting to move away from the standard, it still needs to fit some form of dramatic story telling. The lead actors are pretty but are unknowns. The supporting ones are even less known. They're fine for a Hallmark movie. This movie struggles to bring the drama.
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6/10
Arliss with early Cagney
10 November 2019
Automobile tycoon James Alden (George Arliss) is forced into retirement due to health concerns. He is utterly bored. After talking to insurance salesman Schofield (James Cagney), he answers a newspaper ad to buy half a gas station under the fake name Charles Miller. He and his new partner Bill Merrick have been suckered by Peterson who moved his business next to the new highway. The duo decides to move across the street to compete directly. Meanwhile, Bill falls for Alden's daughter without realizing her father is his partner.

Arliss is great. There are social class differences that are harder to understand. Non-physical comedy is often harder to translate across time. The stakes are pretty low since Alden will always be rich and he will always approve of Bill for his daughter. Early James Cagney has a minor role. It has its fun but it doesn't strike me as hilarious in the modern sense.
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6/10
hokum
10 November 2019
It's West Point 1857. George Armstrong Custer (Errol Flynn) arrives with pomp and circumstance. He is greeted like a general only to reveal that he's only a cadet. He's brash and arrogant to the point of cluelessness. Sharp plays a prank on him who returns a punch. He is a skilled horseman and a failure in academics. He has countless demerits and men would follow him to hell. He falls for Elizabeth Bacon (Olivia de Havilland) despite coming from different social circles. When the Civil War starts, he pushes his way to the front and gains notority for his reckless successes. Out west, he captures Crazy Horse (Anthony Quinn).

I don't know much about Custer's career in the Civil War but that does not render my judgement ill-informed. This is pure hokum. His promotion to General is utter nonsense. I look at it this way. It's Custer's Custer. It's a tall tale told by a self-confident promoter. It is reckless foolishness and exemptly American exceptionalism. I don't usually live or die on accuracy. What this does have is a movie star playing a flamboyant role. It is pure Hollywood hokum.
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Amalfi Way (1955)
7/10
American Women
10 November 2019
Debutantes and housewives travel down the Amalfi coast to do all the tourist activities. This is actually a fun travelogue of the past. It's like Merchant and Ivory trying to sell an Italian vacation. It's actually funny seeing these bored housewives play with a local's pipe. They're too sheltered to have ever touched a pipe. It's of a time and a place. It has no substance but it is everything. It has characters and they do stuff. It has local flavors and American tourists. It's a 50's time capsule. It's a slice of imaginary pie.
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5/10
outdoor museum
10 November 2019
Traveltalks travels to post-war Italy. It starts in Rome visiting the monuments. From there, they go to Assisi to heap praise upon St. Francis. They visit tourist shops and rural farmers. Of course, they visit the leaning tower of Pisa and the art history of Florence. Quite frankly, this is a bit cold like visiting an outdoor museum. It doesn't have much street life other than Assisi. One can visit these monuments any time although they may not be so empty today. The best moment may be the oxen driven farming. That's a real piece of history.
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Black Gunn (1972)
6/10
Jim Brown blaxploitation
10 November 2019
In East L.A., Vietnam vet Scott Gunn leads a militant African-American Black Action Group team on a heist at an Italian mob's bookmaking operation. In addition to money, the group steals some of the illegal records. Scott seeks help from his nightclub owner brother Gunn (Jim Brown). Mobster Russ Capelli (Martin Landau) uses any violent means to retrieve their lost books.

It's a blaxploitation film. It has greasy white villains. It's black power. There is a bit of action but the movie is slow. It strives to be a serious crime drama. After just recently watched the Dolemite biopic, this is the exact opposite of blaxploitation. It's the thing that the hated producers point to as something that Dolemite could never be. Jim Brown is the black superhero. One can't ignore that he's rather stiff as an actor. His size gives him screen presence and natural charisma but he is limited. It's not as cool as Shaft and it's not funny like Dolemite.
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6 Days (I) (2017)
6/10
functional retelling
10 November 2019
It's 1980 London. After the Iranian revolution, armed men invade the Iranian embassy. They demand for their Arab comrades' release. Max Vernon (Mark Strong) is the lead police negotiator. Kate Adie (Abbie Cornish) is the BBC reporter. Rusty Firmin (Jamie Bell) leads a team of SAS soldiers on a rescue mission.

It's a fine retelling of the true events. I sorta remember the incident. Mostly, I remember the outside with masked men breaking in during the rescue. This lays out the sequence of events. It's not overly-dramatic. The most exciting section is the rescue with all of its problems. The acting is strong. The plot is straight forward and the title leaves nothing to chance. There are no surprises. Six stars for six days.
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Punchline (1988)
6/10
Tom is no stand-up
9 November 2019
Lilah Krytsick (Sally Field) is a middle age New Jersey housewife struggling to do stand-up comedy. Her marriage to husband John (John Goodman) is under stress. Med student Steven Gold (Tom Hanks) is late for his oral exam and gets expelled for cheating on his written exam. He's been spending all his nights doing stand-up. Madeline Urie (Kim Greist) is a talent agent. Romeo is the club owner.

Tom Hanks is no stand-up comic. He's playing one but he's not actually one. It's the difference between getting real laughs and getting extras to laugh on cue. There's a reason why crashing and burning in front of his father is his best set in the movie. On the other hand, Sally Field is great and fits well especially as a bad comic in the beginning. Her life is much funnier than her 'good' jokes. It's also very bittersweet. Luckily, this is her movie more than his. Real comics inevitably complain about the lockers which is beside the point. It's like complaining about the big apartment in Friends. I do like the aborted romance and the conflicted family life. Instead of Hanks, this movie needs a real comic who could sell the stand-up and then hope that the acting will follow. It's a tall order.
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The Wonderful World of Disney: The Little Mermaid Live! (2019)
Season Unknown, Episode Unknown
6/10
live + animated movie
9 November 2019
It's an episode of The Wonderful World of Disney. It's been 30 years since the release of the original movie. It's the animated movie cut with live performances of some of the scenes. Relative unknown Auli'i Cravalho is playing Ariel. At first, I thought she might be too old but she's actually a teen. One has to be aware of how she looks. On the other hand, Graham Phillips looks the part of the prince. Then there is Shaggy. It's been a decade since I've thought about Shaggy and here he is. He needs a more elaborate outfit to play Sebastian. He looks like Eddie Murphy's red outfit. He does not look like a crab. For inspiration, look towards Queen Latifah. She goes all out and her outfits are amazing. As for the performances, they are fair. It may be asking too much especially for the younger performers. I would suggest having only little girls in the audience. It's a little strange to see a middle aged dude whopping it up in a Little Mermaid show. Overall, it's fine.
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Lodge 49 (2018– )
7/10
bumpy start grows on me
9 November 2019
In Long Beach, California, Sean "Dud" Dudley (Wyatt Russell) is a slacker obsessed with reclaiming his late father's pool supply shop. His sister Liz (Sonya Cassidy) is a waitress struggling to pay off their father's debt. Dud becomes obsessed with Lodge 49, a fading fraternal order of cheap beer and friendly banter. Members include plumbing salesman Ernie (Brent Jennings), Connie (Linda Emond), and Blaise (David Pasquesi). The bumbling Dud stumbles upon a hidden room with a mummified corpse.

At first, Dud's slacking frustrated me. His idiocy tired me out. I know his slacker character is supposed to be funny but I couldn't really take him. Liz's quiet suffering intrigued me more. The first compelling scene is her cleaning the fridge. In a world where she is overwhelmed by her helplessness, cleaning is the only real accomplishment she can achieve. From then on, Dud slowly wins me over. That goes for the rest of the characters. It has two seasons of ten episodes each. They don't necessarily achieve greatness but one does feel the journey.
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Pearson (2019)
7/10
intriguing city hall drama
9 November 2019
It's a spinoff from Suits. After getting disbarred in New York, Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) returns to her home town of Chicago. She does a deal with Mayor Bobby Novak to help her elderly aunt Lillian Cook. Lillian's daughter Angela wants no part of Jessica who becomes the mayor's new fixer despite her past suits against the city.

I'm a fan of Suits but I also see the franchise's flaws. This spinoff is intriguing in that it doesn't have the same flaws but I am still drawn to it in different ways. First off, there is no easy romance and it doesn't have the sexiness of Suits. It does have Gina Torres. It's a more gritty part of the spectrum. It does have the same overwrought gene but it doesn't overboard like its parent. I am slowly taken with a few of the characters. Initially, I didn't get Angela's hatred of Jessica but eventually their rivalry grew on me. With only ten episodes, it's understandable that the characters grow their personalities over time. In the end, the show has no more and doesn't get the chance to build up this world.
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Flower (I) (2017)
6/10
central problem
8 November 2019
Underaged Erica Vandross (Zoey Deutch) gives a cop a blowjob. With her two friends, they blackmail him for money. He's one of many. Rebellious Erica's flighty mom (Kathryn Hahn) is dating Bob who is bringing in his troubled son Luke after getting out of rehab. Luke reveals to Erica that he was molested by teacher Will Jordan (Adam Scott). Erica comes up with a plan to exact revenge.

There is a basic logic problem at the center of this movie. If Luke was molested by Will, it seems unlikely that Erica would be good bait for the trap. Luke needs to tell the reveal right from the start. The story would essentially be the same with some minor fixes and the logic problem would be solved. Second, I have come to a conclusion about Zoey Deutch. She's slightly too manic to be the Manic Pixie Dream Girl. She is too jittery. This is probably as close as it's going to get. This movie is mostly fine. With a few changes, this would really good.
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BH90210 (2019– )
7/10
fun meta-reality show
8 November 2019
The original main cast returns to do a meta-reality comedy where the old show exists and the actors are actors on the old show. Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling get the reboot but has to corral the old gang for the new show. Luke Perry's untimely death does put a damper on the proceedings. I'm fine with how they handled the lost. It's great to poke fun at the group's dynamics. In fact, I would push harder to incorporate the actors' real life into the show. Green should have a hot actress wife who overshadows him. A music star may fit the TV role but I want to fit the real-life actor more. Ziering should be best known for a shark B-movie. Doherty should be in trouble for a bad Punk'd show. Priestley actually fits as a struggling TV director. I do love these B-level actors reuniting to relive their better days. That's why I don't want Carteris to be SAG president. It's too big. She should be a working lawyer who does Priestley the favor of representing him after the punch. Garth and Spelling fit. Spelling may actually be the best at playing the wacky version of herself. Those years of reality TV truly pays off. This is fun. It's too bad that there is only six episodes. I would love to see if it gets better in the second season or devolving into a train wreck.
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6/10
the premise
8 November 2019
A father (Casey Affleck) and young Rag (Anna Pniowsky) are living in the woods and trying to avoid strangers. Flashbacks reveal a global troubled time with his wife (Elisabeth Moss). This is a premise that would be better served by revealing it much later. This reveal happens too early and in the cliché way of a newspaper headline. One would expect him to find allies, most likely another single father with a boy. One would definitely expect him to be armed. Quite frankly, this should start with Affleck and another guy with the two kids on the run from armed military forces. The other guy sacrifices himself for the group to escape and the movie can be about Affleck with two kids. It would start the film with a bang and it would be more reasonable for the premise. Also, Rag's reveal needs to be a big thing. The movie doesn't know how to place the reveals. The sex talk scene needs some work. It could be played for laughs but like all sex talk with your dad, it gets awkward and not funny. The idea is funnier than the execution. It needs to do something different like filming only Rag's face as the talk happens. This is a premise movie that needs a few tweaks.
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Boobs in Arms (1940)
7/10
basic Stooges
7 November 2019
Larry, Curly, and Moe are struggling to sell greeting cards on the street. They escape a jealous husband into the arms of the army. Their training sergeant turns out to be the jealous husband. It's basic Three Stooges. The turns are pretty random. The guys are fools but not good-hearted ones. The bayonet exercise is the best and inventive slapstick of the movie. The rest is pedestrian. The ending could have been poetic with the incompetent boys saving their nemesis. Instead, it does more random turns and they literally ride into the sunset. There is something about laughing at your own jokes which devalues them. This is still plenty fun especially for fans.
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Good Boys (II) (2019)
7/10
a bit of fun
6 November 2019
Max (Jacob Tremblay), Lucas (Keith L. Williams), and Thor (Brady Noon) are best friends who call themselves, the Bean Bag Boys. It's sixth grade and they face difficulties. Max gets invited by the cool kid to a kissing party. The boys struggle to learn how to kiss which gets them into trouble with two high school girls looking for their Molly.

The boys are fun and appealing. The foul language is fun but more often than not, it's the boys not understanding which makes it funnier. The girls are good although the movie lacks the scary bully which is often the villain in this type of movie. There are a couple of questionable things happening. The plot is simple and has its fun. It's the new Wonder Years but not as iconic.
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5/10
underwater thriller
6 November 2019
Grant (John Corbett) has brought his family down to Mexico for his cave diving business. His daughter Mia (Sophie Nélisse) gets bullied at school. His step-daughter Sasha (Corinne Foxx) is not happy with her new family either. The students are set to leave on a glass-bottom boat tour. Sasha convinces Mia to join her friends for an outing of their own. Mia leads the girls in a dive of a submerged Mayan ruin. All goes to hell with they are confronted by a cave shark.

The underwater thriller has some appeal but also a lot of difficulties. Despite a big mask, it is often tough to differentiate between each character. It's not quite jumping the shark but it's in the ballpark. It's highly unlikely that sharks could grow to such sizes with only food found in the caves. It would be more reasonable to have an ocean going shark get accidentally trapped underground. The final ending is pre-determined by the movie setup. It ends exactly as I expected. The details are somewhat problematic. Instead of a flare, she needs to get a spear gun. The slow motion needs to be eliminated. There is no way that people are getting chomped and still walk away.
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7/10
light fun
6 November 2019
It's Gay Laurence's first day as a broker and Dr. Jonathon G. Locke is his faithful assistant. He's a dapper investigator adventurer but his fiancée Elinor Benford has forced him to settle down. She suggests a party thrown by socialite Maxine Wood but he declines. That's when a case falls into his lap. Wood's secretary Helen Reed comes to him as jewelry has been going missing. He jumps at the chance to go to the party and have an adventure behind Elinor's back.

Honestly, I wasn't really paying attention to the plot twists. Mostly, it's the fun that George Sanders is having with the Gay Falcon character. His devil-may-care attitude is what carries this movie to the finish. It's light fun.
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That's Life! (1986)
6/10
relaxed lobster recipe
5 November 2019
Harvey Fairchild (Jack Lemmon) is a frustrated architect turning 60. His rich Malibu family is throwing him a birthday party. His singer wife Gillian (Julie Andrews) fears losing her voice. He is in deep depression and his doctor can find no physical ailment. He nearly has an affair with a client and is breaking down. His adult children arrive with issues of their own.

Director Blake Edwards decided to make a small movie with his family and friends. It's a personal affair. Jack is playing a version of Blake as the dysfunctional head of a dysfunctional family. It presents a lot of characters. It needs a better way to drive the narrative. Everybody is drifting around. It's fine that they are gathering to have this party for Harvey but it'd be nice if they are doing stuff to prepare for the party. It would require them to get rid of the servant and that may actually improve the family's appeal. It's an annoying aspect of the family. It's probably a real insight into their entitled lifestyle but it doesn't help to give them rooting interest. In a way, I both appreciate and hate getting a glimpse into their lives.
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