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Daily Archives: July 16, 2020
Enthusiastic, irreverent to the point of rude and delivered in clips and quips edited into rat-a-tat-tat bursts, “Creem: America’s Only Rock’n Roll Magazine” is a documentary that mimics its subject to a T. Sacred cows from its legend are celebrated, … Continue reading
Yes, here’s a documentary where a bunch of psychologists talk about the “stable genius” in the White House. Isn’t his sister pushing a book right now that covers all this? “Unfit: The Psychology of Donald Trump” rolls out Sept. 1.
Here’s a lightweight little Italian collection of short films on the subject “Italian men are pigs.” Enjoy. Well, try to enjoy “The Players (Gli Infideli).” A handful of solid Italian performers — anchored by Riccardo Scamarcio (“Loro,” “John Wick Chapter … Continue reading
This year’s FFF arrives late and truncated, due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic. The only venue listed in the following press release (and on their website) is the festival’s home base, the Enzian theater. Lots of titles will be … Continue reading
It’s not subtle, not particularly scary or suspenseful either. What “The Beach House” has going for it is dread, a feeling that rides along with it from its opening frames to the horror parable’s final image. Liana Liberato (“To the … Continue reading
Some movies are so bad that never getting to make another seems like the only apt punishment for the filmmakers. “Two Ways to Go West” is like a delusional high school drama nerd’s idea of drama, basically a three character … Continue reading