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Daily Archives: November 11, 2021
I don’t know, the pushback Kidman is getting over her turn as the “off camera” Lucille Ball in this biopic seems to miss the point. Whatever her film career was before marriage and TV made her and her husband famous, … Continue reading
Jesse Metcalf , Chad Michael Murray (and was that Shannon Doherty?) star in this Dec. 17 release.
Series Review: Ferrell and Rudd sparkle in grimly-funny “Co-Dependency: The Series” — “The Shrink Next Door”
Maybe your first thought when People Magazine named Paul Rudd its “Sexiest Man Alive,” was “Say what?” OK. Maybe it was your second thought, after “People’s still around? And doing the ‘sexiest man’ thing?” The reason, thanks to “recency bias,” … Continue reading
The title — “Love Hard” — is a mashup of “Die Hard” and “Love Actually,” clashing visions visions of “the Best Christmas Movie Ever.” And truthfully, this piffle doesn’t get much deeper or funnier than that. It’s a Hallmark Channel … Continue reading
A film of consequence and warning, Kenneth Branagh’s “Belfast” takes us back to the beginning of “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland and lets us see them through the eyes of a little boy. A very personal story equal parts pathos … Continue reading