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Daily Archives: March 10, 2021
“My Beautiful Stutter” is a film about stuttering and stutterers viewed through the efforts of an organization trying to “put children in a place” where they love themselves, teaching them “I stutter, and it’s OK.” That organization is SAY, The … Continue reading
That Hulu BeeGees documentary has A) reminded people of how they were or B) made Hollywood realize there are plenty of BeeGees fans kicking around out there. “Staying Alive.” ttps://twitter.com/Variety_Film/status/1369748783890755586?s=09
Ruby Rose in a buzzcut? Always badass. She plays a former drug courier whose kid is held hostage as she’s forced back into working fo the Russian mob. Freeman is the guy who might be able to give her the … Continue reading
Costas Mandylor is the other big name in the cast of this DEA/Drug Wars riff on “Sicario.” April 16 in theaters, April 20 VOD.
“My Salinger Year” is “The Devil Wears Prada,” set in a literary agency and with many of the rough edges rubbed off. Margaret Qualley, cleaned-up from her grubby Manson disciple of “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” is our privileged young … Continue reading
Actor turned director David S. Hogan gives us a C-movie that looks every inch an A-picture with “The Parish.” It may be that latest remix of a worn-out formula, with a “mystery” we’re two or three steps ahead of, first … Continue reading
Whatever their place within German culture, film comedies exported from Germany are a relatively rare thing and another reason to buy into “Around the World With Netflix.” How else are we to know what Hollywood and recent history’s favorite villains … Continue reading