Daily Archives: March 27, 2022

Movie Preview: Ben Foster is a Boxer better Described as “The Survivor” of the Holocaust

This April 27 release (HBO Max) has a lot of star power — Foster, Danny DeVito, John Leguizamo and Peter Sarsgaard. And it was directed by Barry Levinson, Oscar winner for “Rain Man” and not working nearly as much as … Continue reading

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BOX OFFICE: “Lost City” finds gold, “Infinite Storm” gets lost

Oscar winner Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe and a taste of Brad Pitt proved to be a winning line-up at the box office, as the derivative adventure comedy “The Lost City” racked up an impressive $31 million opening weekend. … Continue reading

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Documentary Review: Consider the Life of the Dairy “Cow”

The morning after watching Andrea Arnold’s wordless, moving and sometimes unsettling documentary “Cow,” I found myself crossing the vast Deseret Ranches, the Mormon church’s beef cattle country that dominates the flat plains between the coasts of south central Florida. And … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Tblisi to “Brighton 4th,” an aged Father Tries to Settle Family Affairs the Only Ways he Knows How

Here’s a cinematic resume you don’t run across every day. Levan Tediashvili is an Olympic and world champion wrestler from Georgia — the one that used to be in the Soviet Union — turned actor and now film director. So … Continue reading

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