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  1. Has anyone else seen this? It's a worthy successor to Stop Making Sense (in our Top 100), with David Byrne back on stage and captured by an expert director (Spike Lee this time). The choreography again is expert, the music making superb, by his 11-person backup band (7 percussionists!). The two negative reviews at RT (including dear old Armond White at the National Review) critique it for political preachiness. I thought it succeeded in blending the timely with the timeless, and in the Q&A for the NYFF (on YouTube), Byrne speaks persuasively to the artist's duty to comment on the m
  2. Andrew

    Da 5 Bloods

    Well, this is the best movie news in a while. A new Spike Lee joint drops on Netflix on June 12th (my birthday, no less). The premise is also right up my alley: 4 vets return to Vietnam, seeking their squad leader's remains. The cast includes two alums of The Wire (Clarke Peters and Isiah Whitlock [sheeeeee-it!]), plus Delroy Lindo and Chadwick Boseman. To say I'm excited about this would be a vast understatement. I'm not gonna watch the trailer, but in case anyone wants to:
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