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Daily Archives: June 17, 2021
A decent gimmick and half an idea for a movie surrounding it bedevil “Songs for a Sloth,” a coping-with-loss comedy that — pardon me — just hangs there. There are entirely too many “slowly” jokes to squander on a single … Continue reading
Alex Wolff, Adam Arkin and a blast from your “Rockford Files” past, Gretchen Corbett co-star in this July 16 “Truffle Hunters” riff. Kudos for getting this out so soon after the doc that was about dogs that seek the tasty … Continue reading
Zoe Lister Jones, Olivia Wilde, Fred Armisen and Oscar winner Helen Hunt star in this deadpan “Last Day on Earth” comedy.
The burning question, carried over from each “Rogue Warfare” thriller to the next, is “Are they getting better?” Is “Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation,” the best yet? The reasons the sequels exist are still here — cheap, desert southwest … Continue reading
The phrase, “You look like the ghost of a Victorian prostitute” could only mean one thing. “Downton Abbey” is BACK! Actually, it’s the second season of “Flack,” star Anna Paquin‘s PR version of “Nurse Jackie,” a show with a drug … Continue reading
Documentary Review: “Summer of Soul (or When the Revolution Could Not be Televised”)” remembers Harlem’s “Black Woodstock”
It’s nigh on impossible to single out highlights from the joyously upbeat concert film, “Summer of Love (…Or When the Revolution Could NOT be Televised).” Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. sit, in tears, as they see their performance with … Continue reading