Minnesota Movie Ads - October 1983
Blu-ray Review - Hunter Hunter

Blu-ray Review - Stardust


A true bio-pic on the life and times of David Bowie will probably never be made, forcing the producers of "Stardust" to work around legal issues as they attempt to illuminate a transitional year for the future industry icon. It seems futile to even attempt to do a movie about David Bowie that doesn't feature David Bowie music, but here we are, and "Stardust" gets somewhere interesting when it comes to the psychological state of the musician during a time of tremendous insecurity. Sonically, the picture is almost pointless, with co-writer/director Gabriel Range trying to work around the loss of classic tunes, failing to come up with stimulating replacements capable of identifying Bowie's developing brilliance during a year of career redirection. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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