The Living Room Bijou: Netflix’s “Don’t Look Up”

(from cinemablind.com)

During the late 1970s, I was living in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where I formed a pleasurable, fruitful association with left-wing satirist and editorial cartoonist Pete Wagner, working with him on a few of his publications and projects.

I knew Pete as a brilliant guy and skilled cartoonist and humorist, able to reach beyond mere sarcasm about politics to genuine humor — meaning he…

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Essayist, film critic, humorist, and novelist. The author of 1920s noir gangster novel , BUTCHERTOWN, available at Amazon and other booksellers.

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Essayist, film critic, humorist, and novelist. The author of 1920s noir gangster novel , BUTCHERTOWN, available at Amazon and other booksellers.

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