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Daily Archives: June 2, 2014
Next Interview: Questions for Jay Baruchel?
He’s got that Mike Myers’ sized animation franchise to lean on — “How to Train Your Dragon 2” is due out the 13th. But Jay Baruchel is avoiding the Myers trap by acting-acting-acting, turning up in indie films like “The … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “Cold in July” is Southern Gothic that fails to chill
Whatever the thriller “Cold in July” sets out to be, it becomes something significantly different the moment Don Johnson shows up. What started out as a grim survive-a-criminal’s-vengeance tale, a slice of early ’80s Texas Gothic, develops a swagger the … Continue reading
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