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Fatal Shooting On Movie Set Spotlights Much Needed Workforce Safety Reforms

I knew a guy while attending Georgia Southern University who had lived in Wilmington, N.C. during the filming of the 1994 movie The Crow, in which Brandon Lee was fatally shot. He said that North Carolina was one of the few states at the time that allowed non-union labor on film and TV sets andContinue reading “Fatal Shooting On Movie Set Spotlights Much Needed Workforce Safety Reforms”

‘Dopesick’ Suffers From Similar Symptoms Of Docudramas, Hope It Gets Better Soon

I’m only three episodes in the Hulu limited series Dopesick about the opioid crisis involving Purdue Pharma but it has problems that are only kept together by the performances of the ensemble cast. And that ensemble cast is also its illness. There are six stories interconnecting here jumping back and forth over many years overContinue reading “‘Dopesick’ Suffers From Similar Symptoms Of Docudramas, Hope It Gets Better Soon”

‘Session 9’ Is A 10

Sometimes, movies fly under the radar they get lost only to be rediscovered later. Take Session 9, which had the misfortune of being released one month before 9/11. It got good reviews and even the David Caruso jokes had died off since the late 1990s. But during one of America’s darkest moments, no one reallyContinue reading “‘Session 9’ Is A 10”

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