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Daily Archives: April 7, 2019
Movie Review: “Ash is the Purest White”
“Ash is the Purest White” is a sweeping Chinese crime saga that’s more interesting for what it shows than what it’s about. The story is a routine mob moll melodrama, a devoted woman’s life of tests once she’s taken up … Continue reading
Movie Review: “Pet Sematary” takes the wind out of the Stephen King typhoon — again
If there had been an Internet and fangirls and fanboys back in Stephen King’s film and TV adaptation heyday — the 80s to early 90s — he never would have had the chance to fall out of favor. Over-exposed, with … Continue reading
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