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Daily Archives: April 21, 2021
Movie Preview: Proof France will be the last to let go of “age inapropriate” screen romances — “Spring Blossom”
A sixteen year old comes of age by hanging with and falling for a 35 year old theater director. Woody Allen sees this trailer and goes, “See? SEE? The French ‘understand’ me!” A May 21 release.
This punch, pistols and parkour thriller starts streaming early in May and hots DVD/Bluray shortly thereafter.
Movie Review: Leisurely “Goodbye Honey” proves again that there’s no such thing as a “slack” thriller
“Goodbye Honey” has the makings of a lean, nervy first-rate B-movie, a thriller whose suspense delivers the goods. That it doesn’t throws that one missing ingredient into the spotlight — urgency. It’s an abduction tale in a remote setting, an … Continue reading
If you’ve ever made a movie titled “Exorcism at 60,000 Feet” you get to label yourself “a cult director.” It’s the law. Sure, it’s a way of finessing the fact that virtually nobody saw that, or “Parasite” or “The Chair.” … Continue reading
This one has a “Human Centipede” alum as star and a May 11 release date
No sense uh, tiptoeing around it. “Grace Fury,” an autobiographical dance documentary by dancer-choreographer Laura Carruthers, is the worst dance doc I’ve ever seen. Not that the dancers aren’t terrific and the choreography — a hybrid of ballet, modern and … Continue reading
She is curious, looking at this new city through new eyes. She is also evasive, changing the name she gives when asked, and the city and even the country where she is from. It’s obvious to the much younger man … Continue reading