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Daily Archives: December 10, 2020
Netflixable? Brazilians celebrate the holidays, and hapless Dad’s birthday in “Just Another Christmas”
The most ambitious holiday movie this year isn’t this Hallmark one or that animated one, a gay romance or a kiddie farce. It’s “Just Another Christmas” and it comes from Brazil, where it’s titled “Tudo Bem No Natal Que Vem.” … Continue reading
Taraji P. Henson steps behind the camera to direct “Two-Faced”
A smart cookie on screen, now she’s taking a shot at directing. Taraji P. Henson will be making her feature directorial debut with “Two Faced,” which has nothing to do with the Batman universe. As the Hollywood Reporter tells us, … Continue reading
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Documentary Review: “Assassins” do North Korea’s dirty work
The attack was brazen, and because it was captured on video and involved North Korea, it dominated the news for months back in 2017. The exiled brother of Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s latest dictator for life from the Kim Dynasty, … Continue reading
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Movie Review: Hopkins reminds us the end is never easy as “The Father”
“The Father” is as close to dementia as any of us would ever care to get. And yet, thanks to longevity that has turned recent generations into the longest-lived in history, it is touching more lives than ever. French playwright … Continue reading
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