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Daily Archives: March 24, 2021
This is a big departure for Elba, a father-son drama about healing and child rearing in a better late than never sense. Lee Daniels had a hand in it, and could use a winner. https://youtu.be/utFcqVy0FtI
“Save Ralph” aims to turn the tide against animal testing — with Taika Waititi, Ricky Gervais and Olivia Munn and animation
It’s an animated short that will be unleashed on the world April 6. Taika W. voices the rabbit, Gervais is the director we hear. Olivia Munn, Zac Efron and Tricia Helfer are also in Spencer Susser’s short film. Take a … Continue reading
This thriller stars Anson Mount as a shooter who creates “collateral damage,” Abbie Cornish as a waitress he’s sweet on and David Morse as a nosy cop. “The Virtuoso” is an April 30 release, and reminds us that roles like … Continue reading
Christopher Lloyd is 82 years young, still getting laughs with the wild hair and his way with a punchline. Jean Smart? The “Designing Woman” is 69, and still getting the guy. William Shatner has them both beat. He gets online … Continue reading
Good Friday will be VERY good for horror movies this year. At least in terms of volume. Here’s another April 2 release.
Movie Preview: Casey Affleck’s a shrink who loses a patient — Sam Claflin is her brother out for revenge
April 2 this one, which also stars Michelle Monaghan.
April promises a horror tsumani, with this April 2 thriller coming in with the tide.
This April 15 release, a horror period piece, landed a few famous British character actor faces — Jessica Brown Findlay, John Lynch, Sean Harris among them. Shudder has it, so we’ll see what they’ve come up with. I prefer my … Continue reading
“The Yinyang Master” is a fantastical, fanciful new sword-and-sorcery franchise from China. It doesn’t matter that it’s a violent, hilariously wearying and cluttered collection of tropes, character “types” and action beats. Its sequel has already come out (“Dream of Eternity”) … Continue reading
Hulu is the one streaming service whose wares I struggle as I try to cover and review, emphasis on the word “try.” Rarely do they pitch anything. They expect press folks to visit their website constantly and see what’s coming … Continue reading