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Daily Archives: August 8, 2020
Netflixable? “Rogue Warfare: The Hunt”
Brisco (Chris Mulkey), the commanding officer, strides into the tent of his elite multi-national commando team. “How’s it going?” he wants to know. “Sh—y, sir.” “War is hell,” he growls. Kind of what passes for a joke in the never-ending … Continue reading
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Movie Preview: John Leguizamo coaches inner city chess stars in “Critical Thinking”
Johnny Leggs also directed this feel good story about one Miami teacher changing lives, one castling at a time — opens in September.
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Classic Film Review: Renoir’s “The Southerner (1945)”
Years after his time in Hollywood, where the great French director Jean Renoir (“The Rules of the Game,” “The Grand Illusion”) spent World War II, he related how cultural stress and strife is the crucible for great art. All Hollywood … Continue reading
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