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Daily Archives: June 11, 2020
Netflix gets Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams for “EUROVISION SONG CONTEST: The Story Of Fire Saga”
This looks old school Ferrell, Daffy McAdams, an Icelandic duo hoping to make history, just like ABBA. Pierce Brosnan too? June 26 on Netflix.
Documentary Review: “Suzi Q” begs the question, “Why isn’t Suzi Quatro in the Rock Hall of Fame?”
Suzi Quatro never gained much traction as a rock star in her home country. The Detroit native is still best known for her three year stint on “Happy Days” over here. And as with anybody you haven’t heard a … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “Jesus Shows you the Way to the Highway”
Labeling “Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway” as “absurdist” doesn’t do it justice, although “absurd” figures into every let-your-freak-flag-fly frame. It’s a dizzy, nutty no-budget/no-name-cast sci-fi spoof that’s like a mash-up of “Danger: Diabolik” and “Dolemite” and, say, … Continue reading
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Let’s get weird — David Lynch’s “RABBITS 1”
You put a filmmaker in quarantine, you never know what he’ll get around to finishing. David Lynch, Eagle Scout, Missoula Montana.
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Netflixable? On the road in India, with nothing but “Liar’s Dice” to rely on
Whatever praise Netflix is due for financing and distributing attention-grabbing documentaries, whatever success it has in the woefully under-served romantic comedy/teen comedy genres, “Liar’s Dice” is the sort movie gem that proves Netflix’s value to the culture. This little-seen Indian … Continue reading