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Daily Archives: October 13, 2017
The Irish actor Domhnall Gleeson may be in every other movie in theaters these days — “American Made” for example. And “Mother!” And “Goodbye, Christopher Robin.” But you’ve never seen him in anything remotely like “Crash Pad,” as a hapless … Continue reading
Every so often, preview screenings are double booked for me down here in America’s Vacationland. And my rule has always been, “Whoever reserved the date first, that’s whose movie I review opening day.” And since “The Foreigner” stars Jackie Chan … Continue reading