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Daily Archives: December 31, 2020
Movie Review: Stuck in Solitary, Edi Gathegi lets us see what it’s like to be “Caged”
Edi Gathegi plays a man staring at a life sentence through the dingy glass of a solitary confinement cell in “Caged,” a thriller about what this sort of isolation does to someone’s mind. It’s a fairly run-of-the-mill tale from “inside,” … Continue reading
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Netflixable? Gibson and Penn, “The Professor and the Madman”
The folly of Mel Gibson backing a former assistant with writing credits on “Apocalypto” and creating of TV’s “Boss” for Gibson’s most recent passion project, “The Professor and the Madman” is obvious, even to Gibson. They ended up in court … Continue reading
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