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Daily Archives: April 11, 2022
Writer-director Riley Stearns picked up on something that he was able to cash in on in casting Karen Gillan in “Dual,” his dark sci-fi thriller about a future when cloned “replacements” take over for the dying. Although he had to … Continue reading
Newcomer Anna Cobb stars in his Jane Schoenbrun tale, a vlogged experience, a shared terror opening April 22.
Any road trip with a small child might turn out to be a trial. But if the kid is as manic as the little Iranian boy in “Hit the Road,” there’s no doubt about it. He is wound-up, loud, blurting … Continue reading
This is one of those spring titles I’ve been looking forward to. Bloody Vikings. Alexander Skarsgard and Nicole Kidman reunite for this, with Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke and Claes Bang along for good measure. “The Northman,” from the director of … Continue reading
The new look Rebel Wilson stars in this “in a coma for 20 years” comedy about a cheerleader (“Cheer CAPTAIN.”) who has an accident, wakes up, and wants to go back and finish school…at 37. Looks raunchy and rude and … Continue reading
Lot of fun voices on this martial arts/critters comedy, which opens July 15.
A potboiler of a spy game thriller, “Yaksha: Ruthless Operations” is far more revealing about the state of rivalries in Asia than virtually anything to come out of the Far East of late. It’s a tale of South Korean spies … Continue reading