Category Archives: Film Theater and TV

The Netflix Late Reviewer: True Detective

July 26, 2014- By Steven E. Greer When HBO’s series “True Detective” first aired this year in January, I watched the first two episodes, then cancelled my HBO.

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Muppet or human?

July 26, 2014- The bizarre freeze-frame pose that Fox directors think is cool and professional is just bizarre.

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Celebrities and athletes spotted in the hood

July 8, 2014- By Steven E. Greer Yesterday evening, I was riding a bike southbound on the HRP path, and skateboarding northbound towards me was a man in shorts, green T-shirt,

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Exclusive: It was a very bad summer for old-media TV

July 16, 2014- By Steven E. Greer The news today that 21st Century Fox made a desperation move to buy Time Warner Inc. is a sign of things to come.

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Manhattan was epicenter of American Revolution

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: Her stinks

June 28, 2014- By Steven E. Greer The 2013 film “Her”, Directed by Spike Jonze,

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

June 28, 2014- By Steven E. Greer The Hobbit was almost never made by Peter Jackson due to legal squabbles with the studios.

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The Greer TV News Talent Agency (GTA)

April, 2014- By Steven E. Greer Well, statistically, the p-value that this is a fluke is getting pretty small. The number of TV news anchors who have been hired after I suggested them to the heads of news is astonishing.

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Is the record-breaking $118 M Ritz-Carlton Penthouse a publicity stunt for the reality TV star agent?

June 28, 2014- By Steven E. Greer CNBC helped promote the career of the TV reality star agent trying to sell this “Most expensive ever” apartment in the Ritz-Carlton in Battery Park.

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Steven Greer, MD discusses with Bill O’Reilly the Japan radiation concern for the US?

April 2, 2011 Currently, the radioactive isotopes from the Fukushima meltdowns (plural) reaching the United States are of no concern. The levels are miniscule and of no medical harm. However, radiation exposure and subsequent risk to cancer is cumulative and … Continue reading

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Leo auctions chance to go to moon with him for $1.5 Mill

May 24, 2014- The Post reports the Leo Di Capri auctioned a chance to fly to the moon with him, via Virgin, for $1.5 Million.

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: Rush is a rush

April 25, 2014- By Steven E. Greer The self deprecating goofy Ron Howard created another powerful serious film in Rush. This film is very much worth watching.  

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: Dallas Buyers Club is much better than advertised

May 8, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD Matthew McConaughey won the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his portrayal of AIDS-stricken Ron Woodroof in “Dallas Buyers Club. Jared Leto won Best Supporting Actor for his … Continue reading

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CBS national news uses our story on WTC security

March 21, 2014- By Steven E. Greer When the story broke yesterday about a 16-year-old kid breaching One World Trade Center security, I called every editor and journalist I knew to remind them that the Goldman Sachs parachutists last year … Continue reading

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Tribeca man questions why the Tribeca Film Festival still uses the name Tribeca

April 24, 2014- BatteryPark.TV has previously reported how the Tribeca Film Festival essentially no longer exist. It was forced to move to Midtown after American Express dropped them as a sponsor, etc. Today, a Tribeca blogger question why

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Content is King

April 23, 2014- The founder of the Huffington Post and now BuzzFeed tells Charlie Rose that, right now, the only thing that matters is good online content. Content is King!

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: American Hustle is a pretentious bore

April 19, 2014- By Steven E. Greer Let me do the community a big favor and save all of you 138-minutes of your life. Don’t rent American Hustle.

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: Gravity is stunning

April 13, 2014- By Steven E. Greer For those who thought that Sandra Bullock’s 2010 Oscar for The Blind Side was undeserving (like me), they might also be hesitant to buy into the hype that surrounded Gravity before the 2014 … Continue reading

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Warning: Every show Steven Greer, MD is on gets cancelled

March 8, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD Well, I caused the cancellation of another show. CNBC’s Larry Kudlow had his 7:00 PM show cancelled. This is a clip of me on his show (Note how he botches my name … Continue reading

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Tribeca Film Festival now forced to pay “interns”

March 26, 2014- A blog reports, “According to Christina Isnardi, an NYU student who worked as a crew member for the Tribeca Film Festival in 2012, the star-studded

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