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Daily Archives: May 28, 2021
Can’t tell a lot from this clip, as it is seriously generic in the first act get up and get going tradition. “Annette” opens July 7 in la belle France, with Simon Helberg. Opera singer and stand up comic have … Continue reading
You’d think we’d explored all the possibilities of being trapped in a small space with time running out in “Buried,” and all the emotions of a life circumscribed by such limitations in “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.” Ah, but … Continue reading
Movie Review: Synthesizers, a beat box and a French gamine inspired by them — “Le choc du futur (The Shock of the Future)”
A pretty young French musician tries to surf the coming electronica wave in Paris in “Le choc du futur,” a “musician finds her sound” tale set in 1978. The film isn’t a tale of triumph over adversity, paddling against the … Continue reading
What a peculiar, sometimes bizarre movie “Homunculus” is, a brain-experiment sci-fi thriller that lurches between dull and downright revolting.starts with graphic brain surgery, crosses into “creepy,” and freely-acknowledges that when it does, as it dabbles in the Japanese obsession with … Continue reading
Annasophia Robb, Minks Kelly, and as a young Meyer Lansky? John Magaro.