May have auds imagining the movie playing on and on, beneath the floorboards.
Tribeca Film Festival
Don't die angry. Such is the lesson of playwright-provocateur Conor McPherson's "The Eclipse."
Spike Lee has captured the essence of team sport.
The pic charts the many career highlights for a duo that composed indelible ditties for "Mary Poppins," others.
"Shadow Billionaire" should have healthy ancillary life after a bright beginning on the festival circuit.
"Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench" catches you off-guard and keeps you there.
"The Lost Son of Havana" is officially the first film acquired at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
Though stuffed with witty one-liners and wondrously convoluted tirades, pic often loses itself in excess verbiage.
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