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Daily Archives: January 20, 2021
Samuel L. Jackson has been King of the on-Screen F-word forever. But who could have guessed that when a queen was crowned, she’d be from the Subcontinent, and not Dorchester, Park Slope or Culver City? The Indian actress Kajol (Kajol … Continue reading
As he fusses over close-ups, how the camera frames him, and muses about how he’ll be remembered, Hector Babenco scripts, blocks and produces his “final film.” But he doesn’t direct it. On the documentary, “Babenco: Tell Me When I Die,” … Continue reading
Right. So what do you make of a pre-natal comedy where Mum’s in denial and Dad’s a weeper, Mum’s making a bucket list of all the “fun” stuff they should do before the due date hits and “I’m not ME … Continue reading
A little horror from Samuel Goldwyn? March 5 “something wicked this way comes.”
A February movie, of course.
We never shake the feeling that Silva, the “hero” of the Argentine thriller “Al Acecho” (“Furtive”) is up to no good. He’s shifty, side-eyeing everything and everyone he takes in. He sneaks about on the job as the new ranger … Continue reading