Daniel Fienberg

Underrated’ Review – The Hollywood Reporter read full article at celebrity-news.live

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Peter Nicks’ documentary Stephen Curry: Underrated, premiering on the Sundance Film Festival, begins with NBA Corridor-of-Famer Reggie Miller studying from a withering scouting report for Stephen Curry. The report, written in regards to the Davidson star forward of the NBA draft, questions Curry’s athleticism, his measurement and his capability to …

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A Heart-Stopping Doc About Freediving – The Hollywood Reporter read full article at celebrity-news.live

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When it comes to entertainment, we’re a suggestible species. Cooking shows make us salivate. Musicals make us hum along. I’ve been known to randomly cheer (and/or cry) when watching an underdog sports story. Be very careful when watching Laura McGann’s Netflix and A24 documentary The Deepest Breath. This chronicle of …

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Doc Only Skims Surface – The Hollywood Reporter read full article at celebrity-news.live

AUM The Cult at the End of the World Still 1 H 2023

A generally compelling story with obvious contemporary and global resonances gets an unfortunately dry and surface-level retelling in Ben Braun and Chiaki Yanagimoto’s Aum: The Cult at the End of the World, premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. The Cult at the End of the World still offers interesting details, …

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An Inspiring Doc Portrait – The Hollywood Reporter read full article at celebrity-news.live

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When Betty White died in late 2021, I reflected on how our collective affection for her might be the only unifying thing in an increasingly fractured culture.  But we do have Michael J. Fox.  Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie The Bottom Line Intimate and cleverly constructed. Whether you’re like …

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‘The Longest Goodbye’ Review: – The Hollywood Reporter read full article at celebrity-news.live

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You’d be hard-pressed to find a fictional representation of long-haul space travel that didn’t focus on the psychic weight of isolation and claustrophobia. It’s the seed of everything from Elton John’s “Rocketman” and David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” to movies like Moon and Alien to multiple episodes of The Twilight Zone …

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