Daily Archives: March 9, 2021

Movie Preview: Hasidic Horror? “The Vigil”

Now this? THIS looks original. Coming Friday.

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Movie Preview: Canadian thriller aims to be the least “Woke” of all — “Sugar Daddy”

Kelly McCormack and Colm Feore star in this story of a musician who just needs a little help paying her bills until her big break. From the looks of things, director Wendy Morgan (“Backstage”) keeps things just artsy enough to … Continue reading

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Movie Review: An infamous Nazi opens up during “The Interrogation”

When she coined the phrase “the banality of evil” to describe the callous, uncaring and otherwise inconsequential men and women who carried out The Holocaust and society’s ways of “normalizing” their actions, Hannah Arendt was seriously underestimating Hollywood’s response to … Continue reading

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Documentary Review: Marilyn to Michelle, JFK to Elle, Kirkland captures the famous with “That Click”

Douglas Kirkland isn’t the first name to pop up when the Western world ponders photographers of the celebrated and powerful. Leibowitz, Avedon, Ritts, Helmut Newton, maybe even Irving Penn if you’re into history. Penn was something of a mentor to … Continue reading

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