Posts Tagged ‘Samuel L. Jackson’

Art Adverts Start a New Wave

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by Greg Solman Advertising strategies gearing up for next season take art out the wilderness. CityArts surveys the new media tacticians who bring Broadway shows, museums and other art venues to popular attention. Art and its patrons all benefit from millennial art advertising’s new tactical strategies. Part 1 of a two-part series. New Yorkers with [&hellip
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Bash Compactor: Ticked-Off Teamsters vs. Sotheby’s Socialites

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by Evan Mulvihill   “What’s disgusting? Union busting!” screamed the protesting Teamsters outside of Sotheby’s Yorkville digs this past Monday. While they recently lured younger Occupy Wall Streeters to their cause in a robust protest outside of Broadway’s “The Mountaintop,” the Teamsters’ numbers tonight were thin, although the 10 union members present were certainly leveraging their whistles, megaphones, and [&hellip
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RHYTHM AND BOOS

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Samuel L. Jackson’s wearying trash talk and truculence finally meets its match when Bernie Mac, a first-rate comic and a superb actor, out-cusses Jackson like a sailor trading insults with a school kid. This isn’t just low comedy, it’s what Pauline Kael’s review of Altman’s M*A*S*H called “the art of talking dirty” but taken to [&hellip
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WALKING A THIN BLUE LINE

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Lakeview Terrace is tiresome largely because Samuel L. Jackson’s Belligerent Black Man antics are so predictable. He’s dug a lowdown niche; and movie after movie he keeps shoveling crap over himself. This time Jackson plays Abel Turner, a prejudiced Los Angeles cop who goes apeshit when he discovers his new neighbors are a young interracial [&hellip
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