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Daily Archives: April 23, 2021
Gaslighting or Alzheimer’s? Possessed or worse? A title speaks volumes in this May 21 release.
You may think you’ve seen every pull-out-all-the-stops, spend all the money, make-a-laugh-a-minute romps the cinema had to offer in the “Mad Mad Mad World,” “Italian Job” ’60s and “Silent Movie” to “1941” ’70s. But if you’ve missed the French farce … Continue reading
Almost everything the great Chinese director Zhang Yimou touches takes on the feel of an “epic.” So if the director of “House of Flying Daggers,” “The Great Wall,” “Hero” and “Flowers of War” turns his camera towards the Spy Game, … Continue reading
Epic in scale, graphic in violence, the latest attempt to turn the video game “Mortal Kombat” into a movie has the air of “This time we mean business” about it. The effects are state-of-the-art, and a blood-spurting, kid-killing prologue punches … Continue reading