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Hunters Review – 70’s Nazi Hunt Delivers Goods

It’s the late 70’s in New York City and Jonah Heidelbaum (Logan Lerman) is having his world turned upside-down as he is thrust into the unbelievable and dangerous world of Nazi-hunting. After meeting the curious Meyer Offerman (Al Pacino), Jonah discovers that a diverse crew has come together to bring Nazis hiding in America to justice. Odd as this sounds already, it turns out that the Hunters are on a road of discovery they never imagined when they set out to find people apparently hiding in pl...
Tags: Featured, Television, Movies, Nazis, New York City, America, Nazi, Jonah, LERMAN, Newsline, Pacino, Josh Radnor, TV Review, Carol Kane, Saul Rubinek, Kate Mulvany

Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead Returns for Season 10B

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mandatory Streamers: The Walking Dead returns for Season 10B Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of February 17, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its 10th season, promising a massive escalation in the war with the Whisperers. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below and be sure to visit our mother s...
Tags: Amazon, Videos, Star Wars, Hbo, Better Call Saul, UK, TV, Movies, The Walking Dead, Horror, New York City, Amc, Walking Dead, TV News, Streaming, Rex

WATCH: Joe Rand rips New York City’s flawed sales data practices

The managing partner of Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty said at ICNY that he believes New York City's market improved when brokerages started sharing active listing data. Now they need to fix the sales data black hole.
Tags: Video, New York City, Radio, Agent, Inman Connect New York, Select, Inman Connect, ICNY, Joe Rand, Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty, Real Estate Connect, Connect Video, Inman Connect New York 2020, Icny2020

The Times of Bill Cunningham Delightfully Captures the Fashion Photographer’s Artistry—and His More Sensitive Side

Even those of us who used to await and savor Bill Cunningham’s street-fashion photochronicle every week in the New York Times—where his work appeared from 1978 to 2016—probably had no idea how precious, in time, those photographs would come to be. Cunningham had two beats: society parties and, better yet, the polychrome cavalcade of fashion as seen on the streets of Paris and, most frequently, New York. His “On the Street” column, which featured candid pictures of individuals arranged into ...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Documentary, Boston, New York City, Uncategorized, New York Times, Paris, The Times, Army, Bill Cunningham, The New York Times, Times, Street Photography, Sarah Jessica Parker

The Photograph Is a Gratifying, Modern Version of a 1930s Hollywood Romance

Writer-director Stella Meghie’s romantic drama The Photograph is a lovely ghost of a movie, the kind of thing we used to call, in the days before the ascent of the superhero film, a popular entertainment. We get so few love stories today that it’s easy to forget they used to be a staple of the movie-release schedule; sometimes all you want is a chance to watch beautiful people meet, fall in love and break apart, only to be reunited (or not) in a way that feels gratifying. That’s what Meghie...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, New York City, Uncategorized, New Orleans, Michael, Lousiana, Adams, Christina, Mae, Isaac, Issa Rae, Stella Meghie, Meghie

Hunters Red Band Trailer: Al Pacino Leads the Bloody Hunt for Revenge

Hunters Red Band Trailer: Al Pacino leads the bloody hunt for revenge Amazon Prime Video has released the red band trailer for executive producer Jordan Peele’s forthcoming action-thriller series Hunters, featuring new footage from the series which highlights the titular group’s brutal Nazi hunt for righteous revenge. Starring Oscar winner Al Pacino, you can check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Jordan Peele’s Hunters Trailer: Revenge Is Righteous Hunters’ A-list cast includes Lo...
Tags: Amazon, Video, TV, Movies, New York City, Amazon Prime, TV News, Catherine Tate, Al Pacino, Sonar, Hunters, Amazon Prime Video, Reich, Logan Lerman, Peele, Jordan Peele

‘Hunters’ Red Band Trailer Lets Al Pacino Curse at Nazis

Amazon Prime Video has released a new trailer for the Jordan Peele-produced series Hunters, and it finally lets Al Pacino curse at Nazis. The alt-history series follows a team of Nazi hunters living in New York in the 1970s who are on a mission to uncover the hundreds of high-ranking Nazis hiding out in the U.S. Watch the new red band Hunters trailer below. Red Band Hunters Trailer When you’ve got a stylish, hyperviolent alt-history series about a bunch of Jewish vigilantes who hunt dow...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, New York, Movies, Drama, Nazis, New York City, Nazi, Al-Pacino, Hunters, Amazon Prime Video, Jordan Peele, Pacino, Action/Adventure, TV Trailer, Nikki Toscano Alfonso Gomez Rejon

New on Blu-ray: ‘Parasite’, ‘Roma’, ‘Doctor Sleep’, ‘Shutter Island’, ‘The House that Jack Built’, and More

Brace yourselves, my friends – this week’s Blu-ray column is packed. There are so many movies here that you probably want to block out your entire day just to read this. Go ahead, clear your calendar. Call in sick from work. Lock all your doors, draw the blinds, and feast your eyes. These are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week. Parasite Fresh off its triumphant run at the Oscars, Parasite is now available on Blu-ray, and it’s just as special as you’ve heard it is. I...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Mexico, New York City, Kodak, Features, Netflix, House, Alfonso Cuarón, Leonardo Dicaprio, Stanley Kubrick, Lars von Trier, Spike Lee, Scorsese, Kubrick, Jack

Prepare For Two New Tales From Beyond the Pale Episodes!

Prepare for two new Tales From Beyond the Pale episodes! The iconic decade-long radio drama Tales From Beyond the Pale: The Podcast has announced two new episodes are on the way for fans over the next week, beginning with a terrifying Valentine’s Day story Die Sleeping My Sweet by Glenn McQuaid and followed by Larry Fessenden‘s Who Killed Johnny Bernard?. Click here to listen for free! RELATED: CS Interview: Elijah Wood & Ant Timpson on Macabre Come to Daddy The brain-child of McQuaid (I...
Tags: Spotify, Movies, New York City, Brian, Amy Pascal, McQuaid, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Larry Fessenden, Glenn Mcquaid, Gary Pullin, Fessenden, Graham Reznick, Elijah Wood Ant Timpson, Johnny Bernard, Cedar Lake Episode, Dawn Stuart Gordon

How ‘The Stepford Wives’ and ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ Influenced the Films of Jordan Peele

The 92nd Academy Awards have come and gone and while Jordan Peele’s sophomore film Us went unrecognized — even in the Best Actress category, where Lupita Nyong’o’s versatile dual role surely deserved a nomination —  horror aficionados know the real score regarding the best films of last year. So does Janelle Monae, whose opening musical number featured back-up dancers in red Us jumpsuits and white Midsommer dresses, with Monae herself being crowned the flowery May Queen and other notable sn...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Obama, California, Horror, New York City, John Lennon, US, Features, Connecticut, Adelaide, Manhattan, Tsa, Universal, Baby, Upper West Side

Trailer for 'Henri Dauman: Looking Up' Doc About the Photojournalist

"He makes it all look so deceivingly easy." Samuel Goldwyn Films has just debuted the official trailer for a feature documentary titled Henri Dauman: Looking Up, that is indeed about the photographer Henri Dauman. Directed by Peter Kenneth Jones, the film premiered in 2018 at a film festival and is arriving on VOD to watch this March. "Holocaust survivor and New York City resident Henri Dauman has been called one of the greatest photojournalists of the 20th century." He has photographed Mari...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, La, New York City, Documentaries, Dauman, Samuel Goldwyn, To Watch, Henri Dauman, Peter Kenneth Jones

Will Disney’s Theatrical Release of ‘Hamilton’ Be Censored?

Disney is not throwing away its shot to bring the Tony-winning pop culture phenomenon Hamilton to a wider audience. But that shot may not ring quite as clearly as fans remember. A new report suggests that when Disney releases its Hamilton “movie” theatrically in 2021, some of the production’s curse words may be censored due to the House of Mouse’s strict adherence to the PG-13 rating. When Hamilton burst on the scene in 2015, the hip-hop musical was lauded for its energized and modern depict...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Disney, New York Times, Mpaa, Musical, Miranda, Hamilton, Lin-manuel Miranda, Buchanan, Tony, Disney/Pixar, LMM, Kyle Buchanan, Richard Rogers Theatre, House of Mouse

2020 Sundance Movies Sold Include ‘Spree’, ‘Shirley’ and Many More [Continuously Updated]

The 2020 Sundance Film Festival is underway, and we’ve already seen a lot of great movies in the mountains of Park City, Utah. But this year, studios and distributors are being a little more cautious when it comes to picking up any of the buzzed about movies playing at the festival. Last year saw some big deals result in disappointing box office returns, and without many big movies garnering loads of attention, the Sundance market is moving at a slower pace than usual. But even so, there are al...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, New York, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Lionsgate, Indonesia, Mexico, New York City, Features, Netflix, United States, Malaysia, Aclu

6 Instagram accounts you’ll love if you’re in real estate

From the glamorous to the absurd, these Instagram accounts will lift your spirits and provide you with useful information.
Tags: Technology, Instagram, New York City, Marketing, Social Media, Radio, Moscow, Agent, Lead Generation, Bel Air, Select, StreetEasy, Listing Agent, Eric Simon, Meridian Capital Group, Elana Delafraz

What you should understand about the NYC rental broker fee changes

Agents need to take their clients behind the headlines and explain how New York City's change to brokers' fees could hurt them.
Tags: Opinion, New York City, Radio, Agent, Landlords, Rentals, Select, Listing Agent, New York Department of State, Negotiate, Gina Castrorao, Patrick Kearns, Broker Fees, New York City Broker fees

Brokerages, REBNY to sue New York state over brokers’ fee adjustment

The trade association confirmed it plans to file a lawsuit on Feb. 10 over new guidance that would have landlords in New York City pay brokers' fees.
Tags: New York, New York City, Regulations, Radio, Rentals, New York Department of State, Real Estate Board of New York, James Whelan, New York State Association of Realtors

Bernkopf Goodman attorney Allon named top commercial real estate influencer

Boston, MA Bernkopf Goodman attorney Eric Allon has been recognized as one of the leading commercial real estate influencers according to GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum, a national real estate publication. He will be recognized in New York City on March 31st...
Tags: New York City, Radio, Allon, Bernkopf Goodman, Boston MA Bernkopf Goodman, Eric Allon, GlobeSt Real Estate Forum

‘The Magicians’ Looks Forward, and Tries to Move On, With “Magicians Anonymous”

After three episodes of dealing with (and for the most part, dealing with it well) the impact and ramifications of the Season 4 finale, this week’s episode of The Magicians , “Magicians Anonymous,” focused more on looking forward than dealing with the pain of the past. This shift in focus also caused the episode to be more plot-driven than character-based, but the change in pace is a good one, and the episode moves each storyline forward while setting up the Armageddon-level stakes for the re...
Tags: Television, Movies, New York City, The Magicians, Earth, Features, Zelda, Alice, Penny, Centurion, Julia, Margo, Binder, Eliot, Chatwin, Kady

Sudden ban on rental broker fees in New York draws outrage from real estate industry, praise from renters

Individual agents and brokers blasted the decision, saying it would eventually pass the costs onto consumers in the form of higher rent.
Tags: New York, Landlord, NYC, New York City, Regulations, Radio, Rent, Rentals, Select, Warburg Realty, Brokers' Fee, Comapss, Lindsey Boylan, Mara Gay, Martin Eidan

‘The Roads Not Taken’ Trailer: Elle Fanning Tries to Connect With Her Ailing Father, Javier Bardem

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,” writes Robert Frost in his famous poem. “And sorry I could not travel both.” Frost’s beloved poem ponders the ideas of choice and self-determination with a devastatingly simple metaphor. The upcoming feature film starring Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning grapples with those same concepts, in a slightly more complicated way. The Roads Not Taken is a film directed by British auteur Sally Potter that follows a daughter (Fanning) who takes her ailing father (Bar...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, Drama, Molly, New York City, Leo, Movie Trailers, Sally Potter, Frost, Orlando, Laura Linney, Potter, Javier-Bardem, Elle-Fanning, Robert Frost, Bleecker Street

Now Stream This: ‘Taxi Driver’, ‘The Abyss’, ‘The Skeleton Twins’, ‘John Wick Chapter 3’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Hello, streamers. It’s time again to highlight some great titles you can kick-back with at home right this very second. You’ll find classics, new films, a docu-series, a short film, and more. These are the best movies streaming right now. Taxi Driver (With Commentary) Now Streaming on The Criterion Channel Release Date: 1976 Genre: Drama Di...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Movies, New York City, Features, Netflix, Cameron, Robert De Niro, Scorsese, John Lithgow, Hulu, David Lynch, Wood, Keanu Reeves, Naomi Watts, Bill Hader

The Roads Not Taken Trailer Starring Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning

The Roads Not Taken trailer starring Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning Bleecker Street has released the official trailer for director Sally Porter’s upcoming drama film titled The Roads Not Taken, starring Academy Award winner Javier Bardem (Little Mermaid) and Elle Fanning (Maleficent). The film will have its world premiere at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival this coming February and it will arrive in theaters on March 13. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Vivarium T...
Tags: Video, Movies, Molly, New York City, Leo, Dolores, Javier Bardem, Elle Fanning, Bleecker Street, Movie News, Christopher Sheppard, Imogen Poots Jesse Eisenberg, The Roads Not Taken, Elle Fanning Bleecker Street, Sally Porter, Javier Bardem Little Mermaid

No one cares about your brokerage: Ryan Serhant

Find out how powerhouse New York City real estate broker and television personality Ryan Serhant has parlayed his personal brand into a burgeoning media empire.
Tags: New York City, Marketing, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Personal Branding, Select, Ryan Serhant, Christy Murdock Edgar, Stacey Ross Cohen

‘Uncut Gems’ Returns Theaters With a Special Post-Screening Q&A With Adam Sandler (That He Didn’t Know About)

Uncut Gems may not be winning any Oscars, but this is how we (as a collective society) win: with a theatrical re-release that features a special post-screening Q&A filmed without star Adam Sandler‘s knowledge. Uncut Gems is coming back to theaters, courtesy of A24 and directors Josh and Benny Safdie, who are tacking on another surprise gift for those seeing their crime thriller again. That gift comes in the form of a special post-screening Q&A with Sandler, which was filmed without Sandler’s kn...
Tags: Movies, Drama, New York City, Thriller, Jason Bateman, A24, Adam-sandler, Sandman, Josh, Howard, Sandler, Megan Amram, Release Dates, Benny Safdie, Safdie Brothers, Josh Safdie

Jeanne Tripplehorn Joins HBO’s Period Drama The Gilded Age

Jeanne Tripplehorn joins HBO’s period drama The Gilded Age According to Deadline, Emmy Award-winning actress Jeanne Tripplehorn (Grey Gardens) has officially signed on for a major recurring role in HBO‘s forthcoming period drama series The Gilded Age which hails from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes. Tripplehorn is set to portray the role of Sylvia Chamberlain, who is being described as a genuine expert in the creative arts and a great art collector. She is entirely excluded from high so...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Downton Abbey, Movies, New York City, TV News, Julian Fellowes, Adam Mckay, Grey Gardens, Golden Globe, Larry, Vanderbilt, Fellowes, Bertha, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Astor

Details emerge on Amazon’s HQ2 drama: A story of envy and Elon

A detailed investigation released by Bloomberg on Monday revealed that the Amazon HQ2 selection process was largely motivated by Jeff Bezos' own envy.
Tags: Amazon, New York City, Bloomberg, Radio, Jeff Bezos, Mayor Bill De Blasio, Elon, Arlington Virginia, Long Island City, Crystal City, News Brief, Governor Andrew Cuomo, Tax Incentives, Amazon HQ2, Elon Musk: Tesla

‘Hamilton’ Movie Coming in 2021; “Live Capture” of the Broadway Cast Was Shot in 2016

“Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?” That question of legacy is posed in the final minutes of the smash hit musical Hamilton, and creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda took no chances when it comes to securing his musical’s legacy on film. Back in 2016, Miranda and the Broadway cast shot a “live capture” version of the Tony-winning production on stage at The Richard Rogers Theatre in New York City, and today The Walt Disney Company has announced that it will make that filmed performance avail...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Disney, Canada, United States, Broadway, Adaptation, Walt Disney Company, Musical, Miranda, Hamilton, George Washington, Lin Manuel Miranda, George, Tony, Alexander Hamilton

Sundance 2020: Eugene Ashe's Lovely Jazz Romance 'Sylvie's Love'

It's always a sweet delight to discover a romance that gives you the chills thanks to its immeasurable charm and expressions of love. Sylvie's Love is one of those great discoveries, a classical romantic drama set in the 1950s in New York City that despite a conventional plot is still a lovely film worth swooning over. This indie romantic drama just premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, screening in the US Dramatic Competition section, and it should connect most with viewers who apprec...
Tags: Movies, Review, New York City, US, Sylvie, Eugene Ashe, Sundance 20

Official Trailer for Doc 'The Booksellers' About NYC's Rare Bookstores

"Collecting is about the hunt." Greenwich Ent. has released the official US trailer for The Booksellers, a documentary made by D.W. Young that first premiered at the New York Film Festival last year. The film is a behind-the-scenes look at New York City's rare book world. "Antiquarian booksellers are part scholar, part detective and part businessperson, and their personalities and knowledge are as broad as the material they handle. They also play an underappreciated yet essential role in pre...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, New York City, US, Documentaries, Young, To Watch, Greenwich Ent, D W Young

‘Sylvie’s Love’ Review: A Sexy, Simmering Romance Starring Tessa Thompson and Rising Star Nnamdi Asomugha [Sundance 2020]

Hollywood’s Golden Age is full of grand, sweeping love stories, but that era of cinema history didn’t exactly provide an equal playing field for filmmakers and actors of color. So Sylvie’s Love, writer/director Eugene Ashe’s new grand, sweeping love story, feels less like a pure homage than him making a movie that should have existed back then but was never given the chance. The result is an exquisite piece of old-school filmmaking, one in which star-crossed lovers and rain-soaked streets and a...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Romance, Drama, New York City, NFL, Features, Movie Reviews, Korea, Tessa Thompson, Lucy, Thompson, Robert, Sundance, Lacy

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