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Daily Archives: February 28, 2022
“UFO” is a cheerfully cheesy, sometimes sappy and always formulaic teen romance from the “bad boys on bikes” school. It’s a Turkish drama that immerses us in the two-wheeled stunts and scofflaws culture of an unnamed Turkish city (Adana), brings … Continue reading
A signature chase in “The Batman” involves the new Caped Crusader and his new hooniganed Batmobile — a Camaro/Mustang mashup — chasing Oswald Cobblepot through the anarchic, gloomy and rain-soaked streets of Gotham City. As you would expect, that chase … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, your American tax dollars at work! And you were afraid every GOP tax cut for the rich was just wasted. Frank DePew, a 60something motorsports enthusiast who made his money off the heavily-subsidized solar farm (for utilities, … Continue reading
Zellweger and Judy Greer and Josh Duhamel in a DuFro star in this darkly comic NBC miniseries based on a true crime podcast. March 8. This looks promising enough to actually make me watch something on (shudder) network broadcast TV.
Movie Review: The drama in real life is “My Best Part (Garçon chiffon)” for this sad, jealous French actor
It’s a stereotype, of course — this idea promoted by decades of plays, movies and TV shows that every gay man is acting out his own “Torch Song Trilogy,” suffering (rarely) in silence or with the grand dramatic gestures of … Continue reading