A failed review of an atrocious Michael Jackson cash-in (can it still be considered a cash-in?), leads to an enticingly strange romance film that sits far better, at least when compared to Michael Jackson zombie revolution schlock.
Terry Gilliam returns with his first film since 2009's The Imaginarium of Dr. Parsnasus and his first sci-fi film since 1995's 12 Monkeys. Here's to hoping that Gilliam still has his same wonderfully skewed imagination running in high gear.
A truly prolific actor who played the funny uncle for a generation of kids has passed. He will truly be missed, but he left a large body of work in his wake that will surely be passed down to the next generation.