Welcome back to Suburban Metal Dad, Popdose’s resident webcomic. Read a new one every Monday and Friday. Click the pic to enlarge. Happy Halloween!
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Steven Spielberg has made defining movies about the Civil War (Lincoln) and World War II (Saving Private Ryan and Schindler’s List) but the Cold War eludes his grasp in Bridge of Spies, his fourth film to star Tom Hanks. Structured around the construction of the Berlin Wall, Bridge of Spies ends, metaphorically and too easily, with its fall. Lacking the urgency of Munich (2005) and its forward-thinking topicality, the film is more of a museum piece, closer in effect to Amistad (1997). It is, to be sure, a very handsome exhibit. Cinematographer Janusz Kaminski’s preferred blown-out style of lighting transforms actual locations and the fabrications by Adam Stockhausen (The Grand Budapest Hotel) into splendid period sets, a chess board for spy games that begin in 1957 Brooklyn. Spielberg’s command of
Balancing art and commerce at the New York Film Festival.
Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt enter no man’s land.
A mountain of trouble.
A deal with a devilish Johnny Depp.
Blu-rays for dog days.
Lily Tomlin, Evel Knievel, and other tough cookies.
Saddle up for Criterion Collection Blu-rays including The Black Stallion>.
Mr. Holmes, Woody Allen, and some of my favorite movies of the year now on home video.
A bumpy ride through Jurassic World.
The ultimate thrill ride.
Arnold walks with a zombie.
One last ride.
Let’s crack this thing wide open.
From Zero Theorem to 101 Dalmatians on Blu-ray and DVD.
Six shots at Oscar gold.
Jeepers creepers, Tim Burton’s focused on some really large peepers.
The tank stops here. Have the terrorists won?
Helen Mirren serves up Criterions and killer shrews, with a side of Ghibli, on home video.
Maleficent, Macbeth, and monsters for Halloween.
With co-writer Bob Gale as my wingman.
Murder, mayhem, and Whiplash in New York.
A Marvel-ous week for new releases.
Contemplating an “instant masterpiece.”
Fab Four and more as B&N’s Criterion sale ends today.
Clint Eastwood makes Frankie Valli’s day.
X marks the spot this Memorial Day weekend.