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Daily Archives: April 7, 2021
If it is remembered for nothing else, “What Lies Below” has bragging rights for the creepiest, ickiest menstrual moment in recent movie history. So take a bow, writer-director Braden R. Duemmler. Add that to the sizzle reel and the resume. … Continue reading
A Forest Service fire-watcher/firefighter with issues is tested when a boy on the run from murderers calls into her care. Are the guys with badges the villains? Aiden Gillen sure is. Jon Bernthal, Nicholas Hoult, Tyler Perry? May 14, this … Continue reading
Emma Stone vs. Emma Thompson. May 28, in theaters or on Disney+ (upcharged), it’s game on.
I was sold on “Sugar Daddy” thanks to one scene screenwriter-star Kelly McCormack made certain to include. She plays a singer and musician struggling in “The Big City,” not making rent or getting anywhere until she signs up for online … Continue reading
It takes a while for thriller writer James Patterson’s impact to be felt on the mostly-mistitled non-fiction history, “The Last Days of John Lennon.” The book is almost entirely given over to a history of The Beatles, from that first … Continue reading
So Netflix went out and rented themselves another A-list filmmaker. Rian Johnson has signed a $400 million deal to bring two “Knives Out” sequels, starring his “gentleman amateur detective” (Daniel Craig is part of the deal) to the streaming service. … Continue reading