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Daily Archives: September 20, 2019
Judas Priest, what CENTURY was “Golden Boy” filmed in? I don’t have to ask when it was conceived, as that is obvious and the answer is “In Ancient Times.” This injuriously eye-rolling gay coming-of-age melodrama harks back to the early … Continue reading
Thora Birch (“Ghost World”) and Chris Klein (“American Pie”) are pretty far removed from their ’90s teen cinema heyday. But “The Competition,” a rom-com that pairs them up, has a hint of that era about it, even if it is … Continue reading
Whatever the title suggests, this is a classic “January thriller.” There’s revenge and conspiracy, stars but not “box office” stars. Mark Wahlberg used to own January with pictures like this, action and violence as counter programming to the “awards season” … Continue reading
“Good villains make good thrillers,” Hitchcock supposedly declared. And if there is better proof of his thesis in a world where Alan Rickman is no longer with us than “Villains,” I can’t think of it. Jeffrey Donovan of “Burn Notice” … Continue reading
I had to catch “Rambo: Last Blood” on opening night Thursday night, to a largely empty theater. But just outside the Regal Winter Park 20, long one of the busiest cinemas in the Regal empire, the scene was straight out … Continue reading
What an odd place Sly Stallone has taken John Rambo in his dotage. In “Rambo: Last Blood,” the traumatized VietNam vet, always reluctant to fight, efficient quasi-psychotic killing machine never daunted by the odds, is a retiring horse farmer on … Continue reading