It takes a stronger will than mine not to shout "JOEY PANTS!" at the screen everytime Moscone is on.
And has anyone ever rocked a two-tone suit quite as well as Dennis Farina?
The story of Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of NZ, and her attempt to become the first female Secretary General of the UN, over a year where world peace and goodwill feel in short supply. But it's about more than Helen (who remains guarded - an eternal politician), and more than just gender. It's about power, and the strange ways we slice it up and serve it around.
There's two kinds of change - systematic change, the kind that comes…
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Inspired by Tom Ley at Deadspin: All the telling details/Easter Eggs/foreshadowing/breadcrumbs/references I could find (or make up), via Deadspin, Reddit, IMDB, and other reviews/my overheated brain. In no order; feel free to add your own.
- The film inverts two horror tropes: the Final Girl and the Black Guy Dies First
- Chris is '3-4 moves ahead' of Jeremy in their second, letter-opener, fight
- The awkward chit-chat of the party scene between Chris and the family friends is all…