Author: Bob Cashill

Bob, the Film Editor of Popdose, is an Editorial Board Member of Cineaste magazine. He's also a member of the Drama Desk theatrical critics society in New York. See what he's watching on Letterboxd and read more from him at New York Theater News.
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No Concessions: “Prince Caspian” and “Young@Heart”

“That’s it,” said my friend, following our Monday evening screening of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian....

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No Concessions: “Speed Racer” and “Iron Man”

All I know about Speed Racer I learned as a kid, when I watched episodes of the proto-anime between spoonfuls of Cocoa Puffs. There...

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No Concessions: “Redbelt” and “The Visitor”

David Mamet can’t commit. His latest Broadway show, November, is an almost-farce in need of bigger laughs. Despite its definitive...

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No Concessions: “Then She Found Me” and “Standard Operating Procedure”

Like Hillary Clinton, Helen Hunt has always bugged me. I was never crazy about Mad About You, and while I don’t think she deserves...

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No Concessions: Ten Summer Movies You Should See Before You Die

I’ve been tasked with preparing a summer movie guide for Popdose. I haven’t done one of these since I was at the Daily...

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No Concessions: “My Blueberry Nights”

Thirty years from now, My Blueberry Nights may be considered a good film. It may even be considered a great film. Let me explain. Some...

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No Concessions: “Funny Games”

Arthouse meets grindhouse in Funny Games, and the results are no fun at all. Writer-director Michael Haneke, the Austrian provocateur...

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No Concessions: “Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day”

Look. I know. I hear you. You’d rather be reading about 10,000 B.C., that caveman-and-saber-tooth-tigers thing opening today....

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No Concessions: “Chicago 10”

It’s fitting that Chicago 10, a Roadside Attractions release, is opening February 29. It’s a weird, once-every-four-years day,...