It’s not every day you get a chance to skip down to your “local bioethicist” for a chat about the latest debates in genomic science. But as one of the unique perks of living in Rochester, 507 did just that.
At just 19, filmmaker Austin Potter boasts considerable filmmaking experience, including his latest film, “A Heart Under Shadow,” which screens June 24.
8 year old Aubrey reviews “Finding Dory” for this week’s 507.
With more than a dozen adaptations already on film, this particularly queer take on the books seems even odder. To use Carroll’s own words, “It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.”
It’s so seventies. Disco, aviator frames, cool cars, gas lines. They’re all here along with cinematography that conveys the perennial smog haze and totally sells the period.
George Clooney’s thriller “Money Monster,” from director Jodie Foster, at least pays lip service to one inconvenient human trait.
There is no depth here whatsoever and I wouldn’t have it any other way.