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Daily Archives: April 18, 2022
Sigfried Sassoon, WWI “shellshock” survivor, closeted gay man, great poet. “Benediction” was scripted and directed by Terence Davies (“The House of Mirth,” “A Quiet Passion,””The Deep Blue Sea”). Coming soon.
You’ve got to get yourself into a Bollywood headspace when settling in for “Dasvi,” an Abhishek Bachchan star vehicle about an ignorant Indian politician who goes to prison and sees the light — and gets his GED. Be prepared for … Continue reading
Touchy feeling for an”Thor” trailer, but it pushes some buttons. Funny ones. That “Guardians” Pratt guy and Natalie Portman are on board. July.
“Marvelous and the Black Hole” is an endearing, sometimes amusing coming-of-age tale of teen angst, grief and prestidigitation. It was conjured up by first-time feature director Kate Tsang, a writer of children’s TV (“Adventure Time,” “Steven Universe”) who transfers some … Continue reading
A “doomed first love” thriller from the tinder box of Europe? “Tabija” was this country’s Best International Feature Oscar entry and opens on Friday.
“Peace by Chocolate” is a charming, almost achingly-sweet fish-out-of-water comedy about Syrian Civil War refugees adjusting to life in small town Canada. Considering the family business they try to establish — chocolate making– “sweet” is pretty much a given. We … Continue reading