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Daily Archives: March 4, 2021
In April the weather should be warm enough to make this Antarctic (and Arctic) true story endurable. Norway’s greatest modern hero gets a bio pic that Samuel Goldwyn’s releasing in the US.
Scan your memory banks and run through the legions of YA sci-fi adaptations that have made it to the screen. Try and conjure up a sliding scale, say “Hunger Games” to “The Giver” or “Ender’s Game” or “City of Ember” … Continue reading
“Fresh off the Boat” author and producer Eddie Huang makes his feature filmmaking debut with “Boogie,” a fresh and feisty sports dramedy that takes movie formulas and cultural tropes out for a spin. Sports movie formula? It’s all about “the … Continue reading