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Esteemed mythology professor Joseph Campbell sat down with Bill Moyers for a conversation that became a six-part public television series in 1988, and most of it was taped at George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch.
When King Edward VIII (Guy Pearce) abdicated the British throne in 1936 to marry Wallis Simpson, Edward’s stammering younger brother Albert (Colin Firth) was thrust into the royal spotlight.For all the avant-garde trappings of their work, the couple’s marriage is based on traditional gender dynamics.Ushio, who creates paintings by dipping boxing gloves into pigment and then punching the colors onto his canvases, is the star.Albert’s struggle to conquer his speech impediment is the subject of this Oscar-winning film from Tom Hooper, and his often-raucous sessions with an unconventional speech therapist (a twinkling performance by Geoffrey Rush) give the movie its heart.Unfortunately, the hilarious scenes of Albert learning to swear like a sailor saddled the period piece with an “R” rating, a decision that was widely derided.—‘Cutie and the Boxer’ Starts streaming: June 14Zachary Heinzerling’s wonderfully eccentric documentary focuses on two married Japanese artists — Ushio and Noriko Shinohara — and their long struggle for recognition from the New York art scene.Cocreated by the Swedish writer Hans Rosenfeldt (best-known for his series “The Bridge”), “Marcella” is one of the UK’s grimmest crime series …
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The documentarian Jean-Xavier de Lestrade has continued to follow the case and has appended a few new chapters to the mini-series, which will be added to Netflix along with the “Staircase” episodes that came before.—‘Portlandia’ Season 8Starts streaming: June 10Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein’s beloved sketch comedy show ended its eight-season run in March.
The final season had send offs for some of its long-running characters as well as some new parodies of coastal hipsters and was littered with guest stars like Rachel Bloom, Tracee Ellis Ross and Aidy Bryant.
The second season brings back the host Nicole Byer and the head judge Jacques Torres, both of whom help shape the way the game plays out, whether by helping or distracting the contestants. Kamau Bell: Private School Negro’Starts streaming: June 26In the decade since W.
The emphasis here is on comedy more than culinary prowess, although watching ordinary people ruin complicated recipes can actually be instructive. Kamau Bell released his first comedy album, he’s carved out a niche as one of the modern era’s most politically astute stand-up comics, commenting on racism and activism onstage and on TV and podcasts.
The second season covers a new case — involving a string of horrific child-murders — while the heroine’s personal issues persist.