Daily Archives: September 28, 2021

Next Screening? BOND baby, “No Time to Die”

Most critics are seeing the last James Bond film starring Daniel Craig in the same general screening window, which is how it should be. Let the record reflect that many critics aren’t getting to see the “Venom” sequel, because Sony … Continue reading

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Netflixable? Another doc on the Conservatorship wars — “Britney Vs Spears”

For the love of all that’s holy, LET BRITNEY GO. Until this happens, until the conservatorship seemingly run for the benefit of Britney Spears‘ family, until their threats of “taking away” her kids, until the lawyer she’s selected and hired … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Sadly, “Adventures of a Mathematician” is as cinematically exciting as its title

Somber, sedate, downbeat, thoughtful — all words that apply to the Manhattan Project movie memoir “Adventures of a Mathematician,” a Polish-German co-production filmed in English. Sadly, they sugar-coat how drab and dull this drama about one Polish emigre’s experience of … Continue reading

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