INDIEWATCH: ‘Bojack Horseman’ More Yay Than Neigh

In “Bojack Horseman,” Bojack’s a 12,000-pound, boozing, Cosby-sweater-wearing ’90s sitcom has-been. He’s got a squatter for a roommate, a cat for an agent and a Labrador for an arch nemesis. Some characters are anthropomorphic and some are human in this new Netflix Original series, and the lead is a horse, man. Will Arnett voices Bojack,…
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INDIEWATCH: ‘Tiny’ Touts Big Ideals Living In Small Spaces

Imagine living in a home roughly the size of a big broom closet. That’s what documentary filmmakers Chris Smith and Merete Mueller dive into as they build a 130-square-foot, fully functional home in “Tiny: A Story About Living Small.” At the helm of the construction is Chris, who’s set on a Thoreau-esque “fleeing to the…
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10 Ways To Stream Robin Williams

If you’re like me, you want to bask in Robin Williams’ movies more than ever now that he’s gone. Here are some films you can catch on streaming for the mourning mood that tickles your fancy. “Popeye” 1980 Available: Netflix Instant Williams plays spinach addict, Popeye, alongside Shelley Duvall’s Olive Oyl. They bump elbows with…
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INDIEWATCH: ‘Last Love’ A Bummer Of A Last Act

In “Last Love,” Matthew (Michael Caine) is an English widower living in France. He begrudgingly rises each morning, he resists learning the language and his suicide attempts are sullied by his housekeeper. Walking through Paris, he imagines holding his wife’s hand and he has conversations with her on a park bench. There’s some poignancy to…
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INDIEWATCH: ‘Mary And Max’ A Heavy-hitting Claymation Delight

In “Mary and Max,” Mary is an Australian outcast with “eyes the color of muddy puddles” and a brown birthmark on her forehead. Her only connections to the world are her pet rooster, her taxidermist father and her klepto mom — who “tests” the cooking Sherry on the daily. She’s bullied at school, and her…
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