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Daily Archives: January 15, 2021
A broke traveler has to take a job for a night, and all hell breaks lose at the theme park. Gonzo Nic Cage is the Nicolas Cage for me. Feb. 12 VOD.
This is the way it used to work, the image we used to be famous for. An accused man is locked up on suspicion of his involvement with the 9/11 hijackers. Lawyers hear about him, locked up at the prison … Continue reading
This March 23 release was a big hit in China, where they can see movies in theaters again.
They never really met like this, debated these issues and foreshadowed their futures this overtly. But if the new heavyweight champ Cassius Clay, on his way to becoming Muhammad Ali, and Malcolm X and singer Sam Cooke and football legend-in-the-making … Continue reading
The children of Korean immigrants try to escape the trap their parents have set for them in this drama. This hits theaters Feb. 5.
Movie Review: A Pandemic paradox — Tough time to make a movie, tougher time to pull a caper? “Locked Down”
As an exercise in making a reasonably entertaining movie in the middle of a pandemic, “Locked Down” is something of a triumph. Limited sets, a stellar “socially-distanced” cast, some shooting their own footage in ill-framed cell phone video, screen-freezes and … Continue reading
No filmmaker made me cry more often than Michael Apted. He could handle most any genre, directed multiple Oscar nominated performances, with Sissy Spacek winning best actress for his Loretta Lynn bio pic, Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Apted, who passed away … Continue reading