Amy Adams

Jazz Commentary: Russell’s “Hustle,” The Duke of Ellington, and Me

August 9, 2020
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What exactly did the Duke’s music symbolize to Russell’s shifty characters, two upwardly mobile lowlifes more anxious to fleece the world than fall in love?

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Fuse Film Review: “Big Eyes” — Big Disappointment

December 26, 2014
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Walter is pure evil. Margaret is pure good. And that is Big Eye‘s undoing.

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Film Review: A Gleefully Subversive “American Hustle”

December 20, 2013
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“American Hustle” has its flaws, major and minor, but it’s very entertaining and contains some great performances, especially by the female cast members.

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Film Commentary: Submitting to “The Master”

October 8, 2012
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Director Paul Thomas Anderson doesn’t provide answers nor does he pose questions: the ambiguity of his characters and his confounding storytelling style are what drive “The Master.”

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