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#KickingtheCanon by Lawrence Garcia Film

All That Jazz | Bob Fosse

January 19, 2019

“This is the feverish, painful expression of a man who lives in mortal fear of his own mediocrity,” concludes Dave Kehr’s negative Chicago Reader review of All That Jazz, Bob Fosse’s penultimate directorial feature. And it certainly is — that’s what makes it so glorious. Indeed, the film (which would go on to win the Palme d’Or in 1980, after opening theatrically in December of 1979) is easily identified as Fosse’s reworking of his experience editing 1974’s Lenny while simultaneously staging a Broadway…

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εὐδαιμονία | Issue I

In an effort to reboot our music coverage, In Review Online is launching monthly features devoted to reviewing new album releases. The first of these features debuted on Wednesday. Today, we’re launching εὐδαιμονία (or, Eudaimonia), which we present in collaboration with the upcoming quarterly journal of the…

August 17, 2018
by Simon Abrams by Steve Carlson Podcasts

Bad Idea Podcast | Episode 6

#6: O Captain, Not My Captain: Cinema’s Anti-American Captain Americas Download episode here. Episode Description: What’s on tap for this month? Anti-Americanism! Or at least a version therein, as Simon & Steve discover that an iconic superhero on the page has invariably seemed a lot less iconic when…

August 22, 2011
In Review | Online film and music criticism