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Daily Archives: March 17, 2022
One of the toughest decisions facing anybody involved with a movie is recognizing “Well, Hell, somebody beat us to it” and knowing when to throw in the towel. The Keke Palmer enslaved woman’s revenge thriller “Alice” went into production as … Continue reading
Here’s the novel touch to “Rescued by Ruby,” an utterly adorable hero dog tale based on a true story. Director Katt Shea and her team include outtakes of the gorgeous rescue border collie mix “Bear” who has the title role … Continue reading
The chases are pulse-pounding and the fights and shoot-outs — in streets and bars, hotel suites and inside a BMW SUV — are visceral, almost epic. Just don’t let the fact that the Korean body-switch thriller “Spiritwalker” is confusing on … Continue reading
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In the late spring of 1951, John Ford and his repertory company decamped from Monument Valley and Hollywood and took passage — paid for by B-Western house Republic Pictures — to The Old Country, the…
Series Preview: Julia Roberts is Martha, Sean Penn is John Mitchell and Shea Whigham is G. Gordon Liddy in “Gaslit” — coming to STARZ
Ahh, the quaint corruption, criminality and coercion of the Nixon era, now just the second most evil Republican administration in living memory. Julia Roberts plays the mouthy Steel Magnolia Martha Mitchell, who played a major role in exposing the unsavory … Continue reading
The 31st Florida Film Festival announced its lineup tonight — ten days, some 160 films, filmmaker panels, parties, many venues, many movies, much much fun, as always. After losing a year to the pandemic and coming back in an altered, … Continue reading