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Daily Archives: May 13, 2019
There isn’t a whole lot to “A Violent Separation,” a B-movie that reaches for “thriller” and never quite shakes “melodrama” in the process. But it has tension and mild suspense built into its bones, and a topicality that you wonder … Continue reading
This one-day romance, with an anti-“wall” American melting pot subtext, opens Friday. Looks sweet. Or bittersweet. Depending on how it breaks. “The Sun is Also a Star” opens Thursday night.
“The White Crow” is director Ralph Fiennes and screenwriter David Hare‘s stately and stolid screen biography of the great Soviet ballet dancer Rudolph Nureyev, zeroing in on events that led to his defection to the West in 1961. It captures … Continue reading
This is an interesting tour, and I guess Cusack is of an age when it is appropriate. Show one of your best films, do a q & a afterwards, a victory lap for a beloved actor interacting with his fans. … Continue reading
He should be collecting these on a weekly basis. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/werner-herzog-receive-lifetime-honor-european-film-academy-1209983
Weirdest trailer I have posted this year, and may it remain the weirdest all the way through Dec. 31. C’mon. Who’s afraid of clowns?