Brynne Long

Folger Theater weaves a masterful web with <i>King John</i>

Folger Theater weaves a masterful web with King John

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11/12/2018

Shakespeare’s King John does not boast the popularity of A Midsummer’s Night Dream or Romeo and Juliet. It’s a play that few beyond circles of Shakespeare buffs have heard of, and fewer still have seen performed live. Folger Theater has set out to change that. Folger’s production of King John’s is running from now through…

Trust and convenience in <i>Hunter Killer</i>

Trust and convenience in Hunter Killer

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10/26/2018

Hunter Killer starts underwater, outside of a hulking steel submarine. Inside of it, a human crew is briefly introduced. The men controlling the monitors talk and joke back and forth, and their captain reprimands them for the chatter. There’s nothing immediately spectacular here, but the heart of the film is introduced in these  opening moments….

Trailer Takes: <i>The Other Side of the Wind, First Man,</i> and<i> Slice </i>

Trailer Takes: The Other Side of the Wind, First Man, and Slice

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09/06/2018

The Other Side of the Wind — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMWHBUTHmf0   Brynne:  The chaos of this trailer seems to reflect the erratic career of J.J. Hannaford (Jake Huston), a fictitious film director likely in some ways molded in the image of Orson Welles himself. Welles’ complicated life and career are sadly often forgotten beyond the confines of…

<i>Rampage</i> Blames Humans for Overgrown, Destructive Animals

Rampage Blames Humans for Overgrown, Destructive Animals

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04/24/2018

Shockingly, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson plays an strapping, resourceful good guy in Rampage. This time, though, he’s a bit under the height requirement. In this unlikely, formulaic tale, three genetically-modified animals grow 10 times their normal sizes and begin destroying everything in their wake. Fresh off of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which is now…

<i>A Quiet Place</i> is a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

A Quiet Place is a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

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04/13/2018

A Quiet Place begins in the middle of a story: Without speaking, a mother and her children search a disordered, abandoned store. As the older daughter walks around the space, her younger brother wanders from sight. The camera cuts suddenly away from the girl’s silent, gentle gaze to her younger brother’s shoes, his heels lifting…

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