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Daily Archives: March 2, 2021
“Sometime Other Than Now” is a soft-spoken indie romance about the endless reservoir of forgiveness that is woman. Or at least the movie myth version. Kate Walsh of “Grey’s Anatomy” plays one. Trieste Kelly Dunn is another. And young Alexa … Continue reading
Sean “Puff Daddy, Puffy, P. Diddy” Combs lays out the mission statement for this new documentary about The Notorious B.I.G. right before the opening credits. “This story doesn’t have to have a tragic ending.” What follows in “Biggie: I Got … Continue reading
“Enforcement” is a gritty and deliberate Danish thriller about a bad day that bad policework instigated, and two cops who get trapped in mayhem at least partially of their own making. It’s another “Two Cops in a Cruiser” picture, only … Continue reading
“Penguin Bloom” is a light, uplifting tale about an Australian paralyzed in an accident, who starts to recover and redirect her life thanks to a magpie her family takes in. It’s a “feel good” family-oriented picture that sinks or swims … Continue reading