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Daily Archives: January 30, 2018
Paul Rudd makes one of the more amusing superheroes, and if Evangeline Lilly isn’t forced to be the straight woman, this could be fun. It opens July 6, with Hannah John-Kamen, Walton Goggins, Laurence Fishburne and Michael Douglas in support.
“The Last Jedi” vs. “The Force Awakens,” diminishing audience, diminishing enthusiasm in a single screenshot
As I was the first to tell you, as I’ve been telling you all along — Disney is getting very rich by slowly bleeding enthusiasm for “Star Wars” to death. Courtesy of Box Office Mojo.
A hostage thriller/ethereal deep sea exploration romance, primal connections to the water, the womb and each other. Deep stuff. Very Wim Wenders. The vibe of this trailer for the film based on the J.M. Ledgard novel has only the vaguest … Continue reading
I had high hopes for the Gothic horror “based on a true story” tale “Winchester.” It’s not a Hammer Films release, but CBS is distributing it, like the late-winter Gothic hit “Woman in Black” of a few years back. It … Continue reading