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Daily Archives: April 3, 2021
The meaningless “mashing meat” that sex is reduced to for prostitutes is ably illustrated in “Madame Claude,” a slow and soulless French biography of France’s most infamous modern “madame” — Fernande Grudent. Serve up enough “mechanical,” mercenary intercourse and gratuitous … Continue reading
It’s distressing, but not the least bit shocking, to realize that the “casting couch” is Hollywood’s ugliest “gift” to world cinema. The Taiwanese thriller “Nina Wu” is a surreal take on how such a practice might impact and trigger the … Continue reading
Here it is. A first look. It’s a kids’ movie with ballers, and from the looks of this, can’t be any worse than the original.