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Daily Archives: October 11, 2021
Worms and Chalamet and Aquaman and memories of Lynch. Here we go.
It’s not stopped, it’s not gone away. They’ve just gotten nice cinematography for this latest twice on the venerable franchise. “Next of Kin” comes to Paramount Plus Oct 29. Theaters too?
There’s a rich Hollywood tradition of glib treatment of the mentally ill — movies with the medically disastrous “all they really need is love” message. The simplistic melodrama “My Brother, My Sister (Mio fratello mia sorella)” flirts with giving us … Continue reading
Eliza Coupe, Chris Baker and Eric Roberts star in this bit of murder camp, opening Oct 22.
If you like movies with “pluck,” here’s one that uses the phrase “up by your bootstraps” more than once. And there’s nothing more plucky or All American than that. “Women is Losers” is a tale of Latina struggle and overcoming … Continue reading