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Daily Archives: June 29, 2018
Preview, Caine, Courtenay, Gambon, Broadbent and Winstone are capering geezers (with Charlie Cox) in “King of Thieves””
This trailer is as self-explanatory as any in theaters these days. “The King of Thieves” opens Sept. 18…in the U.K.
A London rom-com about a sad woman (Rose Byrne) in a dull relationship (With Chris O’Dowd? How is this possible?) who then meets, via a flaming review of her sig other’s FAVORITE indie rock icon (Ethan Hawke) said icon and … Continue reading
Julia is just a sex kitten pickpocket, working the lurid clubs and working “it” for a few shekels a night, before heading home to her industrial dump of a loft. Then she’s abducted, trussed up like Hannibal Lecter at his … Continue reading
Mob mugs are the same the world over. Overdressing, standing around, eating Italian food, bickering about it. Even in Israel. “Maktub” is a dark Israeli comedy about sadistic thugs with style, “Master Chef” fans, the foodies Steve and Chuma. They … Continue reading
“Sicario” was a movie that needed no sequel. It set up a quest, twisted and turned — with shocking moments of violence — until that quest was at an end. Like too few action pictures these days, it gave us … Continue reading
I loved the borderlands hitman thriller “Sicario,” and I’m not alone. It has this meandering but compact narrative, brutal violence meted out by brutish men, the queasy unease it gives you about government sanctioned mayhem and a devilish … Continue reading