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Daily Archives: May 19, 2021
Documentary Review: “The Dark Hobby” shows how your aquarium is killing the reefs, the oceans and the planet
The warm, inviting glow of that pricey tank in our homes or our favorite sea food restaurants can be a living, bubbling conversation piece. We treat the tanks and those in them more as decor than pets, which is probably … Continue reading
Wanna feel old? HBO Max is guessing you do. Still, looks kind of cute. May 27.
This mystery thriller comes our way July 2.
The word “uneven” is built-into any anthology film, and “The 100 Candles Game” is no exception. But here, the least interesting “story” of the eight sampled, is the framing tale, four people gathered in a candle-lit room telling tales of … Continue reading
The tropes of the big screen boxing drama were basically chiseled in stone in the Hollywood of the 1930s and ’40s, set up and recycled — with some variations — by “The Champ” and “Golden Boy” and “Body and Soul,” … Continue reading
IFC has this horrific laugher, on its way to you this June 25.
June 1, this “out there” slasher farce makes its public bow. Wow.
I don’t recognize the listed distributors, but this cast in an action pic? It’ll make it our way.