Movies for the Rest of Us with Bill Newcott: The Tribeca Film Festival

Movie critic Bill Newcott reviews the hottest movies from the Tribeca Film Festival, including documentary Love, Gilda and The House of Tomorrow starring Ellen Burstyn.

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Movie critic Bill Newcott reviews the hottest movies from the Tribeca Film Festival, including documentary Love, Gilda and The House of Tomorrow starring Ellen Burstyn. Bill also reviews the latest home video releases, including Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool with Annette Bening, Hostiles with Christian Bale, and 12 Strong with Chris Hemsworth. Plus, don’t miss the 40th (!) anniversary of Grease, out in a new Blu-ray anniversary edition.

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  1. Of all of the films reviewed here, it’s ‘Love, Gilda’ I’d want to see the most. She was one of the most gifted, funny, female comedians ever, who was taken far too soon. She was a class act that never needed to resort to the gross/foul-mouthed, NOT funny comedians of today.

    I know going into it it’ll be hard to see her suffer with the cancer and I might lose it. If so, then that’s what needs to happen at this time; so be it. I’ll come out of it with a greater understanding of this wonderful woman’s life, her gift of laughter, and a better person myself.

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