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Daily Archives: May 10, 2017
Movie Review: Schumer loses some edge to make a Mother’s Day comedy — “Snatched”
Amy Schumer, the comic vulgarian whose every utterance is a “Vagina Monologue,” seems somewhat defanged in “Snatched,” her sophomore outing as a movie star. It’s “Romancing the Stone” with semen jokes and feminine hygiene sight gags and exposed breasts as … Continue reading
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“Woodshock” — arty Kirsten Dunst mystery thriller set for September
Because when else would you release a moody movie about drugs, paranoia murder and-or suicide? Release it just when fall fashion season is underway. The trailer to this Kirsten Dunst picture doesn’t give much away, aside from the fact that … Continue reading
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