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Interview: Kevin Kline and Israel Horovitz, ‘My Old Lady’

(L to R) Israel Horovitz (director, screenwriter, playwright) and Kevin Kline at Cohen Media Group to discuss 'My Old Lady." Photo by Carole Di Tosti

What's not to find joyous about a roundtable interview with award winning actor Kevin Kline and celebrated playwright Israel Horovitz who discussed their collaboration on Horovitz's directorial debut of his brilliant film 'My Old Lady?' Not only did we learn interesting bits about the making of the film, we had the opportunity to watch these close knit friends (Horovitz refers to Kline as his cousin) in rare form. When one "cousin" leaves off commenting, the other "cousin" seamlessly picks up the anticipated rejoinder. They were loads of fun, but they were also deep folks, very deep. If you blinked, you missed it. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘My Old Lady’

Kevin Kline and Maggie Smith in 'My Old Lady,' directed by Israel Horovitz. Photo from the film.

Paris, the City of Lights! Kevin Kline, Dame Maggie Smith and Kristin Scott Thomas gather together in Israel Horovitz's funny and poignant 'My Old Lady' which takes place in one of the most beautiful and historic sections of Paris, Le Marais district. Paris is a supporting character in this wonderful film, but the major kudos go to the actors and the director/screenwriter who exact a film that is uplifting, funny yet realistic. It is not to be missed. Read More »

DVD Review: ‘Bob’s Burgers – The Complete Third Season’

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Bob's Burgers is hilarious, but the over-a-year wait for The Complete Third Season is ridiculous, especially when it lacks a single extra. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘The Ice Storm’ – The Criterion Collection

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The film proves to have remarkable staying power, becoming more relevant with age. Read More »

DVD Review: Bob’s Burgers – The Complete 1st Season

Bob's Burgers releases its first, very funny, season on DVD. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Conspirator

An interesting historical footnote, director Robert Redford's courtroom drama doesn't catch fire. Read More »

DVD Review: Queen to Play

Hardly groundbreaking, but a thoughtful and satisfying film about self-discovery. Read More »

Movie Review: Queen to Play

Simple: don't miss this winning French film. Read More »

TV Review: Bob’s Burgers – “Torpedo”

Bob's Burgers manages to be wholesome and funny, with amusingly bizarre characters. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: No Strings Attached

Labors under the notion that its premise is somehow edgy and fresh. Read More »