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Daily Archives: February 21, 2022
Samuel Goldwyn has this “You’ve no idea who yer dealin’ wit” thriller, which opens March 18. Michael Smiley, Annes Elwy and Iwan Rheon are the stars.
Every generation has its own tolerance level for grossout, antic comedy, and the farce “Mother Schmuckers (Fils de plouc)” takes a stab at pushing that boundary on behalf of Gen Z. The Belgian siblings Lenny Guit and Harpo Guit start … Continue reading
Netflixable? So, Italy’s rebranding vampires as “Overdead” “Zombies?” “Don’t Kill Me (Non mi uccidere)”
Sure, you can hire an Italian Robert Pattinson look-alike as your “recruiter/groomer” for “undead” fresh blood in your “Romeo & Juliet rise from the grave” romantic thriller. Doesn’t mean you have to lay on the fairy dust glitter and what … Continue reading
“Potato Dreams of America” is a giddy gay fantasia on Russians leaving for the Promised Land, a romp bubbling with wit, wry commentary and visual DIY visual invention. That’s how it begins, anyway. Writer-director Wes Hurley (born Vasili Naumenko) turns … Continue reading