Steven Soderbergh’s film of the tell-all memoir by Liberace’s young lover (played by Matt Damon) won 11 Emmy Awards.
Into the Night (Shout! Factory, Blu-ray) After the 1970s recast film noir in shades of nostalgia (Chinatown, 1974, The Late Show, 1977) and private eye revisionism and cynicism (The Long Goodbye, 1973, Night Moves, 1975), the eighties gave it a burst of color and energy with Neon Noir. John Landis’s Into the Night (1985) doesn’t […]
Ghostbusters (2016), the reboot / remake / revival of the 1984 frat boy comedy starring Bill Murray as a sardonic con man in academia turned nuclear powered paranormal investigator, was the most controversial film of the year if you measure such things by Facebook rants and Twitter burns from arrested adolescents. Why? Because it stars […]