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  • Weed Issue Clicking and Streaming: 'Cyborg'

    Weed Issue Clicking and Streaming: 'Cyborg'
    1989. The Reagan ’80s led into the first Bush era, the Cold War’s over but its damage eternal, the drug war is raging, and Cannon Films, the B-movie grindhouse of “The Delta Force” and “Cobra” fame helmed by Israeli-American workhorses Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus, is barely recovering from bankruptcy. With $2 million lost on sets for an ill-fated “Masters of the Universe” sequel, they turned to in-house pulpster Albert Pyun to come up with a plot to salvage those sets in less than a weekend. “Cyborg” was the phoenix born from those ashes, and appropriately plays like an id-fueled fever dream put together in a brainstorm. The result is a post-apocalyptic actioner where a roundhouse-wielding drifter has to rescue a bionic scientist from the chaos-loving pirates wishing to control the cure she’s carrying for a world-ravaging plague. There’s levels to this shit: The film is both set in the ruins of society and in the ruins of another movie.
  • Film Review: Levin's '5 to 7' doesn't always add up

    Film Review: Levin's '5 to 7' doesn't always add up
    Victor Levin’s “5 to 7” — written and directed by the TV veteran (“Mad Men,” “Mad About You”) — feels as though it was intended as a romantic comedy, and it certainly fulfills the promise of that...

    John Oliver says he hates April Fools' Day and so should you

    John Oliver says he hates April Fools' Day and so should you
    “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver is baffled by April Fools’ Day and wants people to dislike it as much as he does, he said in a Sunday Web exclusive for his popular HBO show. Oliver even went so far as to make his studio audience...

    The art of getting permission to use art in film

    The art of getting permission to use art in film
    A year ago, the "Woman in Gold" filmmakers were anxious and rushed. They were in pre-production for the new movie about the Nazis looting Gustav Klimt's glittering "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I" from a Jewish family's home, but they lacked permission...

    Dr. Dre's estate with a view sells for $32 million

    Dr. Dre has given up what has been called the best view lot in Los Angeles to private equity firm founder Alex Soltani for $32 million. The Hollywood Hills West home sold in an off-market deal after a brief appearance on the Multiple Listing Service last...