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Daily Archives: March 5, 2021
Jason Bateman and Bobby Cannavale join the…fun? This doesn’t look funny at all, but well — we’ll just have to see. April 9 on Netflix.
Joe Manganiello, Ellar Coltrane, Helena Howard, Elena Kampouris and Thomas Lennon star in this ’80s tale of alt-rock/indie rock fans who turn “fanatic” when Manchester’s own The Smiths decide to hang it up. Joe Man-Jello as a DJ? Totally see … Continue reading
“Sentinelle” is a French vengeance tale that dispenses with developing peripheral characters and concentrates solely on its long she-wolf heroine. But even she is short-changed in this tight but illogical skips-a step-or-three thriller. The Ukrainian model-turned actress Olga Kurylenko, of … Continue reading
Damn. No over-budgeted, under-scripted thirty-years-too-late Eddie Murphy sequel should EVER deliver as many smiles as “Coming 2 America.” Not enough funny lines? Maybe a miscalculation, setting most of this “fish out of water” story in Africa instead of Queens? But … Continue reading
“Xico’s Journey” is a cheerful, colorfully-animated and culturally-aware Mexican cartoon about legend and myth and two kids and a dog who want to save their picturesque village from fracking. Although it scores points for tapping into Mexican heritage and myth … Continue reading