I never read Bob Woodward’s 1984 book “Wired: The Short Life & Fast Times of John Belushi,” because everyone I knew who had read it warned me off. Nor did I see the 1989 Larry Peerce-directed film “Wired,” for the same reason.I don’t regret either of those decisions, as I’ve never been what you’d call a big fan of Belushi. I loved that he could make me laugh out loud and cringe uncomfortably in equal measure, and the range of his […]
Movie review: ‘Belushi’ tells of the highs and lows, triumphs and tragedies of a comic icon
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