The Who Prep Giant ‘The Who Sell Out’ Reissue

The Who Prep Giant ‘The Who Sell Out’ Reissue The Who will rerelease their classic 1967 album The Who Sell Out as a giant reissue complete with studio outtakes, unreleased tracks, early takes, and Pete Townshend’s original demos for the LP. The ...

Gerry Marsden obituary

Gerry Marsden obituary Leader of the chart-topping 1960s Merseybeat band Gerry and the Pacemakers whose hits included You’ll Never Walk Alone Gerry Marsden, frontman of Gerry and the Pacemakers, dies aged 78 With his ...

New to Streaming: 58th New York Film Festival, Lucrecia Martel, The Devil All the Time & More

New to Streaming: 58th New York Film Festival, Lucrecia Martel, The Devil All the Time & More With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options—not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves–each week we highlight the noteworthy titles that have recently hit platforms. Check ...

The Criterion Channel’s September 2020 Lineup Includes Sátántangó, Agnès Varda, Albert Brooks & More

The Criterion Channel’s September 2020 Lineup Includes Sátántangó, Agnès Varda, Albert Brooks & More As the coronavirus pandemic still rages on, precious few remain skeptical about going to the movies. But while your AMCs and others claim some godlike safety from Covid, there remains a chunk of ...

Albert Brooks movies: 12 greatest films ranked worst to best

Albert Brooks movies: 12 greatest films ranked worst to best Happy birthday to the tremendously funny, witty Albert Brooks, who was born on July 22, 1947. The actor, producer, writer and director began his career as a self-deprecating stand-up comic, performing ...

Insecure Season 4 Premiere Recap: Party Crusher — Plus, a Bleak Preview

Insecure Season 4 Premiere Recap: Party Crusher — Plus, a Bleak Preview Warning: The following contains spoilers for Sunday’s Season 4 premiere of Insecure. If you’d rather watch first, read later, move along. Insecure besties Issa and Molly have split up before. But ...

Jewel Raises Over $550k for Homeless Youth With Livestream Concert

Jewel Raises Over $550k for Homeless Youth With Livestream Concert This past weekend, Jewel raised more than $550,000 for at-risk and homeless youth through her Live From San Quarantine: A Livestream Concert, in partnership with her Never Broken charity program. ...

‘Lost in America’: Film Review

‘Lost in America’: Film Review You might feel a sense of shame watching Rotimi Rainwater’s “Lost in America,” an expansive documentary look at the issue of youth homelessness in a country where the problem seems unthinkable, and ...

‘Lost in America’ Film Review: Homeless-Youth Documentary Offers Rare Glimmer of Hope

‘Lost in America’ Film Review: Homeless-Youth Documentary Offers Rare Glimmer of Hope Director Rotimi Rainwater’s “Lost in America” could have easily been another forlorn look at a pervasive tragedy: childhood homelessness. The documentary is often relentless in its intention to show ...

Jewel Returns With Emotional Ballad ‘No More Tears’

Jewel Returns With Emotional Ballad ‘No More Tears’ Jewel has returned with her first new song in four years, the emotional piano ballad “No More Tears.” The track is for documentary Lost in America, which explores youth homelessness. “No More Tears” ...

Film News Roundup: Carey Mulligan Joining Ralph Fiennes in Netflix’s ‘The Dig’

Film News Roundup: Carey Mulligan Joining Ralph Fiennes in Netflix’s ‘The Dig’ In today’s film news roundup, Carey Mulligan books a Netflix role and “Shottas” and “Lost in America” find homes. Casting Carey Mulligan is in talks to join Ralph Fiennes in the Netflix period drama ...

Indican Pictures Acquires Rosario Dawson and Jewel’s Youth Homelessness Docu ‘Lost In America’

Indican Pictures has acquired the North American distribution rights to the documentary Lost in America, executive produced by Rosario Dawson and Jewel. Directed by Rotimi Rainwater, the documentary ...

Lost In America

According to Newsweek, 1984 was “The Year of the Yuppie”, referring to those ferociously materialistic young professionals whose numbers blossomed during the Reagan administration. The following year ...

Albert Brooks movies: 12 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Broadcast News,’ ‘Drive,’ ‘Finding Nemo’

Albert Brooks movies: 12 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘Broadcast News,’ ‘Drive,’ ‘Finding Nemo’ Happy birthday to the tremendously funny, witty Albert Brooks, who was born on July 22, 1947. The actor, producer, writer and director began his career as a self-deprecating stand-up comic, performing ...

Casting Director Barbara Claman Dies at 89

Casting Director Barbara Claman Dies at 89 Barbara Claman, a casting director known for her role in helping discover stars like, George Clooney, Laura Dern and Charlie Sheen, has died. She was 89. Claman died in her sleep on Jan. 17, ...

Barbara Claman, Veteran Casting Director, Dies at 89

Barbara Claman, Veteran Casting Director, Dies at 89 Barbara Claman, a casting director whose credits included three Albert Brooks films, the TV shows Silk Stalkings and Zorro and the soap opera Santa Barbara, died Jan. 17 in Winsted, Connecticut, her ...

Revisiting Hours: ‘Lost in America,’ The Great American Economic Horror Movie

Every Friday, we’re recommending an older movie that’s available to stream or download and worth seeing again through the lens of our current moment. We’re calling the series “Revisiting Hours” — ...

"To Err is Human, to Film Divine": The Films of Albert Brooks

In Modern Romance (1981), Albert Brooks plays Robert Cole, a feature film editor who impulsively breaks up with his long-term girlfriend, Mary. Feeling dejected, he skips work and spends the evening ...

‘WarGames’ Composer Arthur B. Rubinstein Dies at 80

‘WarGames’ Composer Arthur B. Rubinstein Dies at 80 Arthur B. Rubinstein, composer for films such as “War Games” who worked on more than 300 films and television programs, died April 23 of complications resulting from cancer. He was 80. In the 1960s, ...

'Lost in America': THR's 1985 Review

'Lost in America': THR's 1985 Review On March 15, 1985, Albert Brooks unveiled his R-rated, dark road-trip comedy Lost in America in theaters. The Hollywood Reporter's original review of the Warner Bros. film is below. Lost in America ...

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