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Thursday
May 23 2019

Review: The Hustle

by Samantha Craggs

The late great Gene Siskel had a litmus test: is this movie more interesting than a documentary of the same actors having lunch?In the case of Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson inThe Hustle,the answer is a resounding no.The material keeps Hathaway at a fraction of her potential wattage,and Hollywood doesn't quite know what to do with Rebel Wilson yet.

The Hustle,in theatres now,is a remake ofDirty Rotten Scoundrels,although the earlier film isn't required viewing.Hathaway plays Josephine Chesterfield,a skilled con artist with a too-affected British accent who uses her natural charm and willowy figure to swindle men out of money in a little French Riviera town.A police sergeant works with her – for a price,of course.And Chesterfield can pay it.She's made millions doing this.

In comes Wilson's Penny Rust,playing what we've come to know as the Rebel Wilson role...

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Thursday
Jun 04 2015

Stage Door - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Dancin' Danhere with a quick run through one of the Tony front-runners in preparation for this weekend's festivities!As a big fan of Mark Haddon's 2003 novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,I was… concerned when it was announced that there was a stage adaptation in the works.Some books just don't feel like they would translate to the stage,and this,with its singular first-person narration,certainly felt like one.

I was wrong about that...

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