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Daily Archives: March 25, 2019
Yeah, looking forward to this one. Tim Burton’s hit or miss recent track record be darned.
I say, not very sporting, wot wot? Calling your movie “Pet Graveyard” when it has nothing to do with pets, and barely visits the graveyard, or as the neighborhood kids misspelled it to Stephen King, “Sematary?” That’s not cricket. But … Continue reading
This Indian melodrama and dance fantasia opens April 19. The trailer doesn’t give much away, save for the dance, the setting and the fact that “His Father’s Voice” is in English.
They still eat spaghetti in Italia. And they still make Westerns, though not like in the old “spaghetti Western” days — not with horses, six guns and Sergio Leone theme songs. “Dogman” is a grim to the point of bleak … Continue reading
She gets the life-threatening menace across, just with a glare. As the actress making this threat, in the guise of abused-woman turned avenger, is that skinny slip of a thing Olivia Wilde, that glare had better be lethal. And in … Continue reading