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Daily Archives: April 13, 2022
You can’t blame his fans for praying for a new film, premiering secretly at Cannes. Nobody wants him to bow out with “Inland Empire” as his last big screen credit.
Perhaps America’s greatest annual music festival celebrated its 50th installment a couple of years back, and promptly went on hiatus for two years, thanks to COVID. The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival came back this year, and hot on … Continue reading
Caught this trailer before a showing of something the other night, the latest from the writer-director of “Portrait of a Lady on Fire.” Lovely. Neon has it, of course.
How do you screw up Shakespeare’s hilariously malleable feuding couple farce “Taming of the Shrew?” If you’re the Polish team behind their cleverly-retitled modern setting of the tale, you put all your efforts into a stupidly complicated story and a … Continue reading
A couple of things you might guess about a redeemed-by-faith story co-starring Mark Wahlberg and Mel Gibson. It’s going to have edge, because Wahlberg’s voice is best-suited for swearing. And it’ll be Catholic, because Gibson’s love-hate affair with what was … Continue reading
Return with us now, to the Wizarding World and the latest wagonload in the content caravan of “Fantastic Beasts,” another prequel that serves as a place-holder film more at home on Warner Brothers’ accounting books than in J.K. Rowling’s. “Fantastic … Continue reading