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Daily Archives: January 11, 2020
Movie Review: Georgian lad grapples with his sexuality, “And Then We Danced”
It’s nigh on impossible to tell a gay coming-out/coming-of-age story on the screen these days without occasionally lapsing into melodrama. The decades of such films that precede every new entry can’t seem to find new characters or new waypoints to … Continue reading
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Netflixable? Spanish math professor expects to “Live Twice, Love Once”
The faintest hint of “The Notebook” pops up in “Live Twice, Love Once (Vivir dos veces),” a wistful if somewhat strained Alzheimer’s romance from Spain. Emilio (Oscar Martínez) is an elderly mathematics professor who isn’t quite ready to accept that … Continue reading
BOX OFFICE: ‘1917’ chasing $35 million opening, “Underwater” sinks
Sam Mendes’ single-take, melodramatic stunt of a Great War movie is blowing up on its first weekend of wide release. It is on track after Friday, and with weekend presales, to clear $32 million, with $35 million a distinct possibility. … Continue reading
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