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Daily Archives: July 18, 2016
Movie Review: Herzog finds wonder in the Internet age in”Lo and Behold”
The great Werner Herzog is the cinema’s most curious filmmaker, and his probing camera and soft spot for eccentrics make this (fiction) feature filmmaker’s documentaries stand alone. His wide-ranging intellectual inquisitiveness is well-served in “”Lo and Behold, Reveries of the … Continue reading
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Film Review — “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie”
Those “Ab Fab” Brits, Edina and Patsy, are back — decades past their TV glory, more decades beyond their expiration dates in “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.” If it can be drunk, smoked or snorted, they consume it. Because even at … Continue reading
Movie Review: “Lights Out”
You don’t realize how much a good horror movie depends on acting until you stumble in that rare one whose cast actually gets it right. We need to believe that the people up there on the screen are shocked at … Continue reading
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