This Is So Last Week
2020 Pop Culture Quiz.
Let's see....what's happened in the last month? A cast reunion, troll trouble, plays coming and going and beloved actors, moving on. Here's our latest periodic pop culture quiz.
The Horror, the Horror
Horny little fellow.
I first viewed The Witch during the year of its theatrical release. After receiving rapturous critical reviews, the film then put off a large portion of its viewing audience, as it received a C- Cinemascore and sits at a middling 6.9/10 rating at IMDb. Since the film proved so divisive, I waited to watch it upon its release on home video.

The 400-Word Review: High Note
It's the only part I know I know
“The High Note” is not actually about Dakota Johnson’s character. That makes it exceptionally bewildering that she is the focal point of the movie.
The Horror, the Horror
Hey kids!
We live in a horror story.

Okay, not really. It feels like it some days.
Review: Blood Quantum
Cue the Cranberries.
The zombies have always been a metaphor.
Review: How to Build a Girl
Nice hat!
“I do not think my adventure starts with a boy. I think it starts with me.” —Johanna Morrigan
Top Chef Power Rankings
She's judging you.
As we come closer to a finish, the top chefs start to settle into place.
This Weekend, Read This
This will be short and sweet. Severus Snape vs. Molly Weasley. Minerva McGonagall vs. Kingsley Shacklebolt.
Top Chef Season Recap
Sad face
Two of our chefs are feeling a little down and out as we rejoin them.
Review: The Painter and the Thief
The Painter and the Thief
Early in the engaging documentary “The Painter and the Thief,” the titular small-time criminal encounters himself rendered on canvas by artist Kysilkova.
This Weekend, Read This
Snape vs. Hermione. McGonagall vs. Ron. Shacklebolt vs. Moody. Tonks vs. Mrs. Weasley. This is the Elite 8 of The Unofficial Harry Potter Bracket.
Review: The Lovebirds
“The Lovebirds” is funny because its stars are funny.
Top Chef Power Rankings
Six left! Who's at the top?
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

June 2, 2020
Career notes, awards, recent and upcoming movies.

Featured today:

Chris Cooper
Other Updates

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This week's question:

The opening segment in this recent film shows a multimedia recounting of a woman named Pamela's struggle with and eventually succumbing to cancer.

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Top 5
David Parker's
Top 5 Classics I've Never Seen
  1. Lawrence of Arabia
  2. Sunset Boulevard
  3. It Happened One Night
  4. Seven Samurai
  5. The Apartment
This Date in Film History

He Tarzan, Johnny Weissmuller, born in Freidorf, Banat, Austrian Empire (now Romania).

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