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Daily Archives: April 13, 2021
Barry Pepper makes the best of a rare leading man turn in “Trigger Point,” a predictable if efficient assassin “gone to ground” thriller filmed in end-of-winter Ontario. He’s been credible as a man of violence since before “Saving Private Ryan,” … Continue reading
This one gets a limited theatrical release in the us on April 30.
“Monday” is a “lost weekend” romance, something so obvious a one of the main characters uses the phrase at his most blitzed. It’s a love affair that walks on eggshells for the better part of two hours, two people with … Continue reading
The only thing keeping every member of the cast of “Game of Thrones” from having her or his own movie to star in is a lack of chutzpah in the outliers’ agents. Eugene Simon, once Lancel Lannister on TV, is … Continue reading
Movie Preview: “Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” serves up Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson and Salma Hayek this time
Yes, it’s a sequel. You remember that sassy, silly violent action comedy Samuel L joined @vancityreynolds for back in the early days of RR’s gin peddling days? This summer’s installment adds Salma and her brand of murderous sass. “Hitman’s Wife’s … Continue reading
It doesn’t take much effort to sympathize with Turquoise Jones. She’s not just a single mom struggling to keep a hormonal teen in line. She’s not just a working woman who needs two jobs to cover their bills, not just … Continue reading