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Daily Archives: June 26, 2021
Documentary Review — “Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide” celebrates a pop “graffiti art scene” survivor
One of the last moments of the documentary “Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide,” has the artist revisiting huge, fanciful and playful painting that gives the film its title. He goes with his daughter, Malia, who co-directed the film, to see … Continue reading
Thursday night, the tenth film in the “Fast and Furious” franchise (don’t forget “Hobbes & Shaw”) sold over $7 million in tickets. Friday was a $30 million old fashioned blockbuster opening day. That points to a final “F9: The Fast … Continue reading
The dying old mobster wants to set the record “straight,” give us “the real story,” one more time in “Lansky,” the latest version of the “mob accountant” who allegedly died with hundreds of millions of dollars that nobody ever found. … Continue reading
This sci fi drama opens July 9.
A true story comedy with built in whimsy, tragedy, protest and charm, this looks so cute you want to pinch its cheeks.