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Daily Archives: July 13, 2021
Ryan Reynolds’ gin? Check. #AMCovercharges4g&t.
It’s 1993, and movie going in Montevideo, Uruguay will never be the same. Mierda. Wait they have matinees at night in South America? As if going to the cinema wasn’t scary enough. An August 6 theatrical release, Aug 24 for … Continue reading
A September 17 release that has a whiff of “awards season” about it.
“Here After” is a a romance premised on the idea that you can’t get into “heaven” without having a “soul mate.” It is terrible on a lot of levels, a godawful script that was drably-cast and indifferently-directed and passes before … Continue reading
Ryan Reynolds should just do trailers and TV commercials. At this point, the “content” is irrelevant. He’s funny mocking pretty much anything, especially his own movies. He’s “meta” incarnate. The shot at “Cruella,” jokes about Disney+, cracking about the late … Continue reading
This one looks good. Bizarre. Offbeat. Very…Ell-aaaaa. August 6 it opens.
“Great White” might be the dullest shark attack thriller ever. From the mundane, flatly-filmed first scene attack to the contortions it has to go through to put five people into a life raft with no one looking for them off … Continue reading
So how do we compartmentalize and allegorize “Gunpowder Milkshake,” the hit-woman action “comedy” starring Karen Gillan? “Joanna Wick?” “Gloria” at half speed? “La Femme Samantha?” “Sin City” sans most sins? Set in a lurid, neon-soaked underworld of gangs, gangsters and … Continue reading