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Daily Archives: October 17, 2020
Anyone worried that watching how their favorite K-Pop confection is prepared for world music domination will spoil “Blackpink” for them can rest easy. “BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky” doesn’t dive deep into the latest South Korean YG Entertainment-assembled pop creation. … Continue reading
A tech nerd/boy genius gets a taste for his Italian grandpa’s geezer game — Bocce ball. A real “Atsa my game, atsa my boy” family comedy.
It’s not that the ending of “Painter” is a drab, unemotional and unexciting anti-climax. It’s that too much of what comes before this art world thriller’s finale is flat, rote and conventional to the point of predictable. Cory Wexler Grant’s … Continue reading
A plagiarist steals from a single source, a “genius” from many, so the old saying goes. But that dates from the days before cut-and-paste software. So there’s no wriggle room in that adage for Joe Ballarini, author of and screenwriter … Continue reading
We are.. .intrigued. Or maybe we just need a nap.