Jordan Brady is Director Comic
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Jordan Brady is Director Comic

Jordan Brady Is Director Comic by Jay S. Jacobs If you think it’s a tough life being a road comic, imagine when the road is in Afghanistan and Iraq. Yet, every year hundreds of entertainers fly out into war zones, entering dangerous areas, staying in less than luxurious quarters, not getting paid for their time … Continue reading

An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth To Power (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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An Inconvenient Sequel – Truth To Power (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

AN INCONVENIENT SEQUEL – TRUTH TO POWER (2017) Featuring Al Gore, Dale Ross, Chris Hayes, Justin Trudeau and news footage of Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, John Kerry, Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Angela Merckel, Jim Inhof, Tom Rielly and Xi Jinping. Directed by Bonni Cohen & Jon Shenk. Distributed by Paramount Pictures. 100 … Continue reading

The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

THE B-SIDE: ELSA DORFMAN’S PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY (2016) Featuring Elsa Dorfman. Directed by Errol Morris. Distributed by Neon. 76 minutes. Rated R. Errol Morris is arguably the best documentarian of the last 30-40 years. He’s certainly one of the most diverse. In recent years, he is best known for doing long, detailed interview films with men … Continue reading

Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Abacus: Small Enough to Jail (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

ABACUS: SMALL ENOUGH TO JAIL (2016) Featuring Thomas Sung, Vera Sung, Jill Sung, Chanterelle Sung, Heather Sung, Hwei Lin Sung, Matt Taibbi, Cyrus Vance Jr., Neil Barofsky, Ti-Hua Chang, Millie DiPentima, Jiayang Fan, Roman Fuzaylov, Polly Greenberg, Linda Hall, Mohammad Kahn, Don Lee, David Lindorf, Kevin Puvalowski, Jeannie Rose Rubin, Sam Talkin, Rusty Wing, Yiu … Continue reading

Rolling Stones – Ole Ole Ole (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)
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Rolling Stones – Ole Ole Ole (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)

ROLLING STONES – OLÉ OLÉ OLÉ! (2017) Featuring Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Darryl Jones, Chuck Leavett, Kari Denison, Tim Ries, Matt Clifford, Bernard Fowler and Sasha Allen. Directed by Paul Dugdale. Distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment. 105 minutes. Not Rated. The new Rolling Stones documentary opens on an interesting moment of … Continue reading

Kedi (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Kedi (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

KEDI (2017) Featuring Yaman Barlas, Galata “Sari”, Arzu Göl, Kemal Suncu, Karaköy “Bengü”, Necati Özer, Hamdi Selami Karaci, Mine Söğüt, Teoman Toraman, Kandilli “Aslan Parçasi”, Yilmaz Yildiz, Samatya “Psikopat”, Vecdi Kelav, Erdoğan Amca, Elif Nurşad Atalay, Organik “Deniz”, Bahri Artuğ, Ayren Gülyurt, Ali Önerge, Hacer Pervin Kurt, Bomonti Organik Pazar Ahali, Gülsüm Ağaoğlu, Gülizar Kartal, … Continue reading

Raoul Peck – Oscar Nominated Director’s I’m Not Your Negro Shows That Writer James Baldwin Wasn’t
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Raoul Peck – Oscar Nominated Director’s I’m Not Your Negro Shows That Writer James Baldwin Wasn’t

Raoul Peck Oscar Nominated Director’s I’m Not Your Negro Shows That Writer James Baldwin Wasn’t by Brad Balfour Director Raoul Peck is not your typical filmmaker. Even though he has established a solid set of credits such as making the 2000 documentary Lumumba or his fictional 2005 narrative, Sometimes in April, the Port-au-Prince, Haiti, born … Continue reading