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Daily Archives: November 18, 2021
Movie Review: Murder comes early and Halloween comes late on “Autumn Road”
In the interest of not discouraging a nascent filmmaker from taking on the herculean task of getting his second feature film made, let’s focus on the positives of “Autumn Road,” a belated Halloween horror story built around twins and their … Continue reading
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Movie Preview: J-Lo and Owen Wilson, “Marry Me”
A pop star on her “Marry Me” (named after this very song) tour finds romance? A Valentine’s Day release.
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Netflixable? Brazil’s “Just Short of Perfect” tries to transcend “shorty” jokes
“Just Short of Perfect” is an Around the World with Netflix romantic comedy from Brazil, a sentimental but clumsy search for laughs in pairing up a tall bombshell and an exceptionally short but rich suitor,.t. Or as they say in … Continue reading
Movie Review: Sugary “Soulmate(s)” will rot your you-know-what
Career bit-players Stephanie Lynn and Alexandra Case wrote themselves into leading ladies with “Soulmate(s),” a rom-com in which they play the two best-looking single thirtysomethings in all of Vermont, “besties” with a pact that one won’t marry without the other … Continue reading
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