Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11 makes its arrival on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the tragic attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. This documentary is in the same vein as that of The Last Laugh. There’s a mixture of how can comedians use humor when talking about 9/11 and how comedians helped us heal as a country following the tragic attacks. There is footage of the World Trade Centers falling down…"Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11"
Writer-director Tom Putnam and actor David Cross spoke with Solzy at the Movies about The Dark Divide, which is now available on streaming. In addition to David Cross, the film also stars Debra Messing, David Koechner, Cameron Esposito, Gary Farmer, and PaIerson Hood. Tom, how did you first learn about Robert Michael Pyle’s book and what led you to adapt it into a film? Tom Putnam: A friend gave me the book about 11 years…"The Dark Divide: David Cross, Tom Putnam Talk Film"
Loosely based on William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, She’s the Man recently marked its 15th anniversary by appearing on Blu-ray. Viola Hastings (Amanda Bynes) had been playing for Cornwall’s girl’s soccer team until the team got cut. Upon learning her brother, Sebastian (James Kirk), would be going to London for a few weeks, Viola pretends to be him at his new boarding school, Illyria Prep. All she wants to do is play soccer and she pretends…"She’s The Man Marks 15 Years with Blu-ray"