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Daily Archives: November 17, 2021
The phrase “Maze Brothers,” as in “A Maze Brothers Film,” appears four times in the opening credits to the thriller “La Flamme Rouge.” Brent Scott Maze and Derek Maze wrote it, directed it, produced and split editing and cinematography credits … Continue reading
The smart little girl is about eight when she starts seriously questioning her mother. “Is it true they killed Mr. Pancho?” No, mother Rita (Mayra Batalla) tells little Ana (Ana Cristina Ordóñez González). He had to leave. His whole family, … Continue reading
This could be cute. No. Seriously.
A cheerfully amoral Hollywood “ghost hunter” huckster baits an AirBnB flat with “evil” artifacts and monitors the attacks on the guests in via hidden cameras in “Lair,” a stumbling but sometimes chilling thriller set in London. But it’s not what … Continue reading
So many Oscar winners, so very dark and comical. Coming to Netflix.
The problem with film titles is that they’re not protected by copyright. It’s not unheard of to have films with the same title roll out in the same year, confusing viewers and muddying the chances of either film finding its … Continue reading
Ben Colman and Ali Vingiano go through an epic breakup, yet can’t exactly separate with the entire planet in a pandemic lockdown. This gets a theatrical release Dec. 3.