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Daily Archives: March 31, 2021
Ed Helms and Patti Harrison star in this one, which opens April 23. An Ed Helms comeback?
It’s Sean Patrick Flanery vs Nicolas Cage’s son in “Assault on VA-33,” a half-hearted, half-assed “Die Hard” in a VA hospital shoot-em-up. “Boondocks Saints” alumnus Flanery, emerging as the ginger-haired B-thriller (sometimes C) rival to Frank Grillo, plays a battered, … Continue reading
Think back to the earliest days of Dreamworks Animation. Remember “Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron?” June 4, 19 years later, we get a big screen sequel to the studio’s sixth animated outing.
“The Sound of Identity” makes its way to streaming June 1.
“A Week Away” isn’t the most original idea for a movie. A summer camp comedy? At church camp? But making this a musical and thus one of the most ambitious “faith-based” films in years, mark this “Week” down as a … Continue reading
“Voices” opens with a moment of what looks like torture porn — two women, strapped down or strung up, trapped by some unseen tormentor. But that fictive present is abandoned for most of the rest of this sleepwalking, sleep-inducing thriller. … Continue reading