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Philip Martin

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MovieStyle Editor/Columnist

MovieStyle Editor, columnist

Recent Stories by Philip Martin

OPINION : PHILIP MARTIN: Trump and the Fisher Protocol

posted: 08/15/2017 4:30 a.m. Comments 4

If you watched the third and final season of HBO's The Leftovers, you are familiar with the Fisher Protocol.

Critical Mass: Newman's Dark Matter a gem

posted: 08/13/2017 1:57 a.m. Discuss

Rejoice America, Randy Newman has a new album. It's called Dark Matter and we'll get to it in a moment.

OPINION : Glen Campbell's Goodtime grace

posted: 08/13/2017 1:50 a.m. Comments 2

It never gets any better than when you are 10 to 12 years old.

ON FILM: Kaleidoscope fills August viewing void

posted: 08/11/2017 1:54 a.m. Discuss

August is what show people call a "dump month," when theaters are filled with less promising films. Movies that scored poorly during test screenings, movies (like the 3-year-old Halle Berry vehicle Kidnap released last week) that have been mouldering on the shelves, cheap horror films and misfit toys that the studios don't know what to do with.

OPINION : PHILIP MARTIN: There's a price for football

posted: 08/08/2017 4:30 a.m. Discuss

I never really got into cigarettes.

CRITICAL MASS: Top women of song: All the girls I loved before

posted: 08/06/2017 2:03 a.m. Discuss

In July, National Public Radio released a list of the "150 Greatest Albums Made By Women." It starts (at 150) with the Roches' eponymous 1979 debut album and winds up with Joni Mitchell's Blue at No. 1.

OPINION: Lessons to be learned from The Red Turtle

posted: 08/06/2017 1:50 a.m. Comment 1

He's drowning.

Review: REVIEW: 'Landline,' a 'nice enough' romantic comedy

posted: 08/04/2017 4:30 a.m. Discuss

Landline, Gillian Robespierre's follow-up to her near-hit debut Obvious Child, is a period piece, set firmly in 1995, before ubiquitous cellphones and internet access. Again working with co-writer Elisabeth Holm and comedian Jenny Slate -- this time in an ensemble rather than star-making context -- Robespierre has produced a milder, more episodic movie that retains Obvious Child's commitment to the way real people talk and behave while lacking its dramatic and emotional thrust.

OPINION: PHILIP MARTIN: God save the Deep State

posted: 08/01/2017 4:30 a.m. Comments 62

The hate mail has slowed down.

Critical Mass: 35th reunion at Ridgemont High

posted: 07/30/2017 2:23 a.m. Discuss

"The whole movie is a failure of taste, tone, and nerve -- the waste of a good cast on erratic, offensive material that hasn't been thought through, or maybe even thought about."

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