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Daily Archives: February 13, 2022
Movie Review: A Lonely Woman is Granted her one wish — Love — “Abigail Harm”
After last year’s Oscars announced the “arrival” of director Lee Isaac Chung, those clever celluloid archivists at Film Movement rounded up the Korean-American filmmaker’s earlier works and released them as DVDs and on Film Movement+. Seeing “Munyurangabo,” “Abigail Harm” and … Continue reading
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Movie Preview: Life force Keke Palmer joins Jordan Peele’s Creepoverse for “Nope”
Here’s the TV commercial for this summer release. Yup, “Nope” looks cryptic and creepy and big and outdoorsy. Daniel Kaluuya costars, with Steven Yuen and Donna Mills and horror mainstay Michael Wincott. Love that Keke.
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