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Daily Archives: December 4, 2021
Here’s a peek into a world few Americans knew existed, a thriller built out of the cultural connection between two immigrant communities bonded by the racism each faced because “we were all brown.” Writer/director/star Bari Kang‘s “The Scrapper” envisions a … Continue reading
“France” is an eye-popping star turn by Léa Seydoux in search of a more coherent and pointed satire than the movie surrounding her. Seydoux, one-time “Bond Girl,” much-honored co-star of “Midnight in Paris,” “”Blue Is the Warmest Color,” “The French … Continue reading
This glossy 15th century period piece is about the intrigues surrounding the Kalmar Union, and the woman trying to hold it together. “Margrete” opens Dec. 17.
This lowdown and dirty thriller opens Dec. 7.
There are several moments when “Mixtape,” a sentimental learn-about-my-parents-through-their-music dramedy, teeters on the edge of tumbling into maudlin. Every movie with “so cute you want to pinch its cheeks” in its DNA runs that risk. But then a song comes … Continue reading