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Daily Archives: August 5, 2021
Dwight Yoakam is well paired with the Old Man of the Cinema in this September 17 release.
A September 3 musical with Camilla Cabello, Billy Porter, Idina Menzel and damnation, the only Irishman who can’t carry a tune, ear Pierce Brosan. Ok
“Nine Days” is the sort of indie drama that makes you appreciate the wonder that is the actor’s heart as much as the actor’s art. A collective of rising stars and famous supporting players took a flier on first-time feature … Continue reading
Jack Kilmer, Val Kilmer‘s son, reads his dad’s voice-over narration in “Val,” the autobiographical documentary he produced and which co-directors Ting Poo and Leo Scott assembled out of half a century of Kilmer home videos and movies. Val lost his … Continue reading
Frank Grillo, Alexis Louder and Toby Huss also star in this Sept.17 thriller.
The irresistible off-the-cuff Canadian quips of Ryan Reynolds are unleashed in an inside-video-game comedy from the director of “Night at the Museum,” “Free Guy,” an amusing variation on what is by now a well-worn plot. The new twist here? Our … Continue reading
The year’s second Capote doc, after “Tennessee and Truman,” is due out Sept. 10 and seems to lean heavily on interview excerpts from his very life, heavily televised life.
This Sept. 10 Netflix release gives it’s titular heroine 24 hours to get a dirty job done. Woody Harrelson explains it all to us.