Daily Archives: January 14, 2021

Movie Preview: A first look at the “Days of the Bagnold Summer” adaptation

Based on the graphic novel, Motherhood and Metallica and Rob Brydon figure in this mid Feb. Release.

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Movie Preview: A first look at the Martial Artist battling her “demons” — literally — “Hellkat”

“Stand up and FIGHT for your SOUL!” For those who like their horror kind of nuts and on-the-cheap side.

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Netflixable? A World War, Love and Death Loom over Archeologists at “The Dig”

The vast smorgasbord that is the British Museum offers too many riches and distractions to count for the history buff. But if you’re into archeology at all, the temptation is great to give the Elgin Marbles and the like a … Continue reading

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Series Review: Is “WandaVision” a Marvel?

“WandaVision” arrives on your SmartTV as a singular bit of whimsy mined from the intellectual property that is the comic book publisher turned studio, Marvel. It’s a spoof of sitcoms from various periods, with Marvel characters shoved into say, something … Continue reading

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Netflixable? A dying mother becomes famous writing “Notes for My Son”

A mother, dying of cancer, starts tweeting her thoughts and limited plans for her limited future in the Argentina drama “Notes for My Son,” a dry-eyed weeper that’s not nearly as sad as you might expect. And that’s a problem, … Continue reading

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