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Daily Archives: March 22, 2022
An Oscar-nominated actress completes her “Naomi vs. Nature” trilogy with “Infinite Storm,” a psychological battle against the primal elements starring Naomi Watts. As in “The Impossible,” her character — a 50something New Hampshire search-and-rescue hiker named Pam Bales — faces … Continue reading
A properly spooky coming-of-age in a house where something just isn’t right story, “You Are Not My Mother” delivers supernatural chills with an Irish accent. The frights are muted, but the air of dread that hangs over Irish writer-director Kate … Continue reading
Eric Dane, Teri Polo, Peter Facinelli and Leslie Uggams star in this May 6 mystery thriller.
I’ve been getting a “Romancing the Stone” meets “Nim’s Island” vibe from the trailers for this action comedy, and I’m not alone. Bullock in the Kathleen Turner role, the writer, with Channing Tatum as her hunky hero type and maybe … Continue reading
Today’s Around the World with Netflix offering is a sentimental Turkish weeper about an adorable child, his dying mom and the man she pursues so that she can leave her son “In Good Hands.” If the film, titled “Sen Yasamaya … Continue reading
A couple of lines and gestures give away the game in “Madelines,” a horror comedy with a time travel twist. There’s a campiness to one of the performances, a goof or two that gives away how seriously they’re going to … Continue reading
As exercises, it has been incredibly tempting for filmmakers to figure out movies they could make while locked-down, “shelter-in-place” and what-not during the global pandemic. The limitations in cast and restrictions in locations narrowed the range of stories that can … Continue reading