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Daily Archives: February 10, 2021
When all this “Free Britney” hysteria started, and every time it’s kicked up since, I’ve shaken my head at the conundrum her unique situation seems to present. Is Britney Spears still with us because of the draconian conservatorship her family … Continue reading
Here’s my review of one of the best films of 2020, a sure Oscar contender. And here’s the new trailer. Feb. 19, see the film for yourself.
Movie Preview: Emile Hirsch is a cop trying to help mom Andi Matichak whose “Son” has the interest of a cult
This looks creepy as all get out, in a “Rosemary’s Baby” way. “Son” opens March 5.
Netflixable? A Lotto winner travels India with a smart aleck motorbiker for “Kilometers and Kilometers”
They don’t speak each other’s language, so communication is a tad catch-as-catch-can. He’s given to explaining his country to her — poverty and waste, open-hearted generosity and theft with “That’s the way it is in India…That’s how people are in … Continue reading
Mia Goth, Grace Van Patten, Juliette Lewis, Soko and Havana Rose Liu star in this story of armed girl gangs at war. Will it make it to a theater near you or a streaming service at your convenience? Mayhaps.
Looks cute and grown up. A March 5 release.
Comedy set in Florida? Got to use the cheesiest “Florida” song of all on the soundtrack, eh “Barb & Star?”
Well played, Vista del Marvians.
“Little Fish” is a love in an age of pandemic tale, a melancholy romance about the struggle to hang on when a cornerstone of enduring love is removed — memory. It’s a sad showcase for Olivia Cooke (“Sound of Metal,” … Continue reading