Daily Archives: March 6, 2021

A further taste of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier”

Marvel’s upcoming “Remember these guys?” release.

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Movie Review: Coming of age, dealing with loss — “Sophie Jones”

There is no crying, no overt expressions of grief. But we can feel the loss in this house. Everybody is “processing it,” as we say these days, an expression that sanitizes death in ways that surely Hallmark and the funeral … Continue reading

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Netflixable? “Malcolm & Marie”

A hundred minutes of monologues, tirades and sometimes testy exchanges filmed in black and white, “Malcolm & Marie” adds up to a tepid two hander, a “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” without the writing to come off. The dialogue and … Continue reading

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Movie Review: To live in this house is to “Know Fear”

“Know Fear” is a grisly haunted house story distinguished mainly in the extensive use of the sound effect of a knife plunging into flesh. “CHUCK CHUCK CHUCK squish squish squish.” It’s a short thriller that tosses us right into “the … Continue reading

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Documentary Review: An icon of Queer Identity Art — “Wojnarowicz”

Painter, collagist, poet, public scold, filmmaker and performance artist David Wojnarowicz cut a wide swath in the in the narrowest of narrow lanes of the New York art world of the 1980s. He was a phenomenon of AIDS era East … Continue reading

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