The Prospect Of Andy Garcia And Gloria Estefan In A Cuban Flavor Remake Of Miami
Father of the Bride is an intriguing one. Unfortunately, this new movie removes everything that made the 1991 Steve Martin (Disney+) version so special. There’s no story, so there’s little insight into Garcia’s character’s inner life, and an ill-conceived divorce subplot leaves him more preoccupied with his wife (Estefan) than his soon-to-be married daughter (Adria Arjona). Saturday Night Live‘s Chloe Fineman can add little as a bossy wedding planner.
Below Deck Below Below hayu
There’s hardly a ripple of drama as this reality series brings together a very telegenic young crew to pilot a luxury charter yacht that takes wealthy people around the Great Barrier Reef. Perhaps the calm comes from the top – Australian skipper Jason seems to be a particularly down-to-earth type. But because some crew members lack the necessary work ethic, there is potential for conflict, and spiky American chef Ryan seems likely to make the galley a focal point. His philosophy: don’t give the guests a choice; just give them something they can Instagram.
Revealed: no mercy, no regrets Stan, from Thursday*
Serial killer Paul Charles Denyer.
In 1993, serial killer Paul Denyer murdered three young women around Frankston. He could be released on parole next year. This compelling documentary by
The ageVeteran crime reporter John Silvester will increase pressure on the state government to enact laws to keep him in prison. The documentary is all the more powerful for avoiding sensationalism, as the detectives involved remember the urgency of the investigation, and because the police video shows the chilling nonchalance with which Denyer described the details of his crimes.
The Gospel According to André DocPlay
Fashion writer Andre Leon Talley is the subject of this documentary. Credit:AP/Evan Agostinic
Some people knew Andre Leon Talley as one of Andy Warhol’s old folks. Some knew him as that kaftan-wearing judge from…
America’s next top model† Some even knew him for decades as a writer and editor at some of the world’s largest and most influential magazines. The most interesting aspect of this slightly over-length documentary is that Talley and countless old friends remind him of growing up in the segregated South before embarking on a highly unlikely career in New York. Well worth a look.
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