Audrey Rose was one of those films I had read about as a teenager in the 80s but bad never seen. Finally, I sat down, watched it and was surprised to find out that it was directed by the late Robert Wise, master of musical epics. While a compelling movie, Audrey Rose is a very flawed feature film, mostly because of Frank De Felitta’s problematic novel and screenplay. If a movie was flawed at the writing level, there really was no way the film could be great, which is exactly why Audrey Rose is a compelling but broken film.
Just as I was about to sleep, I came across Lionsgate’s 2021 The Gardener whose keyart features Charles Bronson. I was startled awake as I thought Charles Bronson died in 2003.
Hong Kong descends from Pearl of the Orient to a city that dare not speak its name as filmmaker Quentin Lee watches with sadness.
Last Thursday, when I was e-mailing my friends to vouch for me on my Wefunder campaign, an effort to raise equity for financing my ultra…