Posts Tagged ‘Jeff Goldblum’

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Celebrity Jews: Van Gogh, Fantastic Beasts, Coen Bros & More

Nate Bloom COLUMNIST AT THE MOVIES Opens/starts streaming Nov. 16: The artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel, 67, is the director and co-screenwriter of At Eternity’s Gate, a biopic about the final days of Vincent Van Gogh. French Jewish actor Matheiu Amalric (Munich), 53, has a major supporting role as Dr. Paul Gaudet, a physician who…

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Celebrity Jews – Schwimmer, Pittsburgh Notes & More

SCHWIMMER IS INNOCENT AND MORE Recently, the Blackpool, England, police posted a video of a suspect wanted for stealing a wallet and cell phone from a restaurant. Tips flowed in, many identifying the subject as “Ross Geller,” the character David Schwimmer, 51, played on Friends. On Oct. 24, Schwimmer tweeted to the police: “Officers, I…

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Celebrity Jews – Jurassic Park, Fred Rogers And Animals

AT THE MOVIES Opening June 22: Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom is the fourth sequel since Jurassic Park, the blockbuster 1992 Steven Spielberg film that posited that dinosaurs could be brought back from extinction by using their ancient DNA. The premise was interesting, but what knocked everyone’s socks off was the tremendous computer generated (“CGI”) special…

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Celebrity Jews – At The Movies: A Varied Choice

Hotel Artemis, which opens on Friday, June 8, is another Dystopian, quasi-science-fiction thriller. In the near-future, Los Angeles is riot-torn. Jodie Foster plays “The Nurse,” who runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals. The cast includes Jeff Goldblum, 65, and Jenny Slate, 35. Hereditary, which also opens on June 8, got glowing reviews when it…

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Celebrity Jews: At The Movies & Streaming TV

AT THE MOVIES Opening May 4: I was hoping that the new French language film Godard Mon Amour would be a charming period comedy. The director, Michel Hazanavicius, 51, showed he could do light comedy with The Artist (2011), a silent pic that won the best picture Oscar. The basis of his new film, Godard…

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