Daily Archives: September 29, 2021

Matthew Fox, from “Lost” and “We Are Marshall” and “Emperor” to…a pleasant cheap merlot?

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Netflixable? An immigrant faces a horror from the Old Country — “No One Gets Out Alive”

British novelist Adam Nevill’s London-set novel “No One Gets Out Alive” is reimagined as an immigrant’s horrors of home delivered in a spooky rooming house in Cleveland in this Netflix adaptation. Visual effects specialist Santiago Menghini makes his feature directing … Continue reading

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Movie Review: A paranoid fantasy only Anti-Vaxx cranks will love — “Implanted”

There is such a thing as making your movie “too topical. “Implanted” is a paranoid thriller about you-know-whats-controlling people’s thoughts and actions. And it is set in 2023, “three years after the global pandemic.” The pandemic isn’t over yet, and … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Craig makes his Bond exit count with “No Time to Die”

Call it James Bond’s greatest hit. That’ll do. Daniel Craig makes his long-planned exit from his long tenure as Agent 007 a graceful one in “No Time to Die,” a sometimes jokey, often sentimental and occasionally dark outing in the … Continue reading

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