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Daily Archives: September 13, 2020
Classic Film Review: “Death on the Nile,” the 1978 Agatha Christie adaptation
Zut alors! Could it be, that this earlier version of an Agatha Christie novel is now on assorted streaming TV channels? Taking advantage of the fact that this story will return to theaters under the care of Sir Kenneth Branagh … Continue reading
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BOX OFFICE: “Unhinged” is doing fine, Warners and Sony hide figures for “Tenet” and “Broken Hearts Gallery”
Well, we’re looking at baseball, NBA, college football and possibly even pro football seasons that will wear an asterisk. Why not the movie box office? The pandemic is keeping theaters closed — even open ones are operating at vastly reduced … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “I’ve Got Issues” is no excuse
Oh look, somebody got Jim Gaffigan to narrate their student film. Wait, isn’t it? “I’ve Got Issues” is an attempt at “absurdist comedy,” bouncing through scores upon scores of VERY short vignettes, some so brief (a minute or less) that … Continue reading