Daily Archives: March 11, 2020

Next screening? “My Spy”

Yeah, they moved it to April. Might help. Might hurt this kid-and-Dave Bautista action comedy. Probably not too violent, but you never know. Anyhoo, looks funny. Love that Dave.

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Movie Review: “The Hunt”

There’s something inherently tone-deaf in a gory satire cooked up by Hollywood “elites” mocking liberal “elites” hunting “deplorables” for sport. Maybe the film schooled screenwriters of “The Hunt” have a firm grasp of liberal tropes — the ones Fox News … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Temple and Pegg are at their best searching for “Lost Transmissions”

    Juno Temple delivers a dazzling turn as an aspiring singer/songwriter struggling to protect and look out for the schizophrenic producer who “discovered” her in “Lost Transmissions.” As Hannah, she turns manic with fear over what could become of … Continue reading

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Documentary Review — “Mossville: When Great Trees Fall” captures environmental racism at its deadliest

The image is stark and iconic — a lone house, fenced, construction site devastation all around it — a single man resisting the march of  “progress.” But there’s no vast supply of balloons to lift Stacey Ryan’s trailer “Up” and … Continue reading

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Movie Review: When “I Still Believe” isn’t enough

An inspirational Christian music romance runs into the limitations common to the faith-based genre in “I Still Believe,” a bland tear-jerker that lacks the drama or commitment to wholly come off. This true story of singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp’s “love of … Continue reading

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Next screening? “The Hunt”

With studios scrambling to move their promising product off the shelves and into later post-Corona virus release dates, one does wonder if Universal isn’t happy just to get “The Hunt,” delayed by its satiric bloody, “liberal gun nut” satire message, … Continue reading

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Movie Preview: Bruce Dern is the artist, Lena Olin is “The Artist’s Wife”

This offers two great ones a tour de force. Dern has been dazzlingninbhis

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