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Daily Archives: July 17, 2020
The resolution to the mystery of “The Rental” tends to spoil the suspenseful thriller that comes before it. It’s generic, as so many horror movies are. What we’re told and shown that’s “really going on?” It’s been done before and … Continue reading
Every subscriber’s “around the world with Netflix” experience is going to be littered with…litter. So it’s no surprise than in dropping in on several Nigerian films (“Nollywood”) in recent months, I’d eventually get around to one that’s unwatchable. Tedious, generic … Continue reading
It’s almost a relief to learn that the French can make a sex farce as crude, clumsy and obvious as its title. Does “MILF” leave anything to the imagination? No. It took six credited screenwriters to concoct this “romance” about … Continue reading