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Daily Archives: April 10, 2018
Movie Review: Wim Wenders lulls us under the waves with “Submergence”
There’s nothing like a dive deep into dull to get you off your “Why aren’t great directors still getting the chance to direct?” soap box. Coppola disappears, Scorsese delivers a dog or three, Woody Allen’s last few pictures add embarrassment … Continue reading
Movie Review” Same Kind of Different as Me”
A pretty good cast consisting of two Oscar winners and two Oscar nominees withers on the vine, waiting for a first time director to get on with things in “Same Kind of Different as Me,” a faith-based drama of the … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “Borg vs. McEnroe
It’s not a great film, but I honestly don’t know how you can make a better movie about tennis than “Borg vs. McEnroe.” Here is the solitary combat, the stripped stage where glory or humiliation await, the mental toughness it … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “A Quiet Place”
John Krasinski knows where the horror is, and where the money is in “A Quiet Place,” and keeps the camera in tight on it. It’s the faces registering the quaking fear, the shaken-to-their-marrow terror of his actors, who make this … Continue reading