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Daily Archives: October 1, 2021
“The Guilty” is a solidly suspenseful police procedural thriller about a 911 call and what the dispatcher goes through to end the tragedy unfolding on the other end of the line. Like other films of this subgenre — Halle Berry’s … Continue reading
George MacKay, Lily-Rose Depp and Paddy Considine star in this mental hospital romance between people suffering from species identity disorder. Who knew, right? This one, from the director of “Nocturnal,” comes out Dec. 3, in limited release.
This holiday release looks lovely.
“Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is wanton slaughter lightened by monstrous zingers delivered in a growl that needs subtitles, a colossal waste of talent in front of the camera and not exactly a resume builder behind it. Seriously, I hope … Continue reading
One cannot help but be struck by what a beautifully animated film “The Addams Family 2” is. From the photo-realistic scenery (including The Grand Canyon), the sheen on Gomez Addams’ hair and suit, the marvelous baroque-meets-art-deco design of the family … Continue reading