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Daily Archives: November 1, 2021
You remember the six-shooter that magically fired 41 times in Westerns of yore, today embodied by a sloppy movie’s “endless” gun clip in combat or cop thrillers? “One Shot” throws a fresh goof into the cinema fan’s lexicon. It’s the … Continue reading
Halle and Patrick Wilson, with Donald Sutherland narrating, give us a preview of a mass extinction event, as visualized by Roland “Independence Day” Emmerich. Feb. 22.
Whatever the failings of the Polish monster thriller, “Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight,” it’s sequel plunges straight into a goof — an amusingly-gory slice of oscypek or twaróg, the delicacies of the Polish cheese shop. And then, just as we’re … Continue reading
Before his Oscar nominated indie hit “Minari,” Korean-American filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung put in his years of making thoughtful, micro-budget indies that played the festival circuit and rarely made much of an impression beyond that. The streaming/DVD service Film Movement … Continue reading