Whether you screamed with delight at her unfiltered caustic commentary or found her a grating loudmouth, Joan Rivers was a unique figure who paved the way for other female comedians. “The Queen of Mean,” who died at age 81 on Sept. 4 in New York following complications from an outpatient procedure, always saved her harshest barbs for herself — her supposed lack of sex appeal, her obsession with plastic surgery, the endless indignities of aging.
After a busy summer, Hollywood takes a breather this weekend by releasing just a few small-scale indie flicks. So this could be the best chance you’ll have all fall to catch the movies you missed while at the beach. (Or simply stay home and rediscover a classic monster on Blu-ray disc from the safety of your couch!)
Mientras el mundo espera por noticias de la recuperación de la comediante Joan Rivers, tras sufrir complicaciones muy severas durante una endoscopía, aquí estoy yo considerando qué podemos aprender de esta triste situación.
Our Movies For Grownups choices this week include just one new film and not a favorite, at that. Still, some would say you could have worse company than Brad Pitt, Cormac McCarthy and Ridley Scott.
Check out My Generation's recent program on matters of the heart that will give you warm fuzzies, but it's no Valentine's Day special! It's actually about a volunteer-run food kitchen in Soho, New York that cooks and delivers heart-healthy dishes to New Yorkers with life-altering medical conditions. And Joan Rivers is the mastermind behind it.
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