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Daily Archives: May 2, 2022
Yes, we’re finally getting those “Avatar” sequels James Cameron was coerced, bribed and arm twisted into creating and releasing. Disney/20th Century is attaching these to the “Doctor Strange” sequel and asked critics to come to tonight’s “Multiverse of Madness” preview … Continue reading
You can make the argument that Richard Pryor was the greatest, and I’ll hear you out. Some will toss Lenny Bruce in there to stir it up. But once you’ve said your piece, we’ll look at the evidence, the influence, … Continue reading
Harry Styles and Florence Pugh star in this Sept. 23 release, directed by and co-starring Wilde, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan. A 1960-ish romantic mystery-thriller with a whiff of sci-fi about it?
“Mishan Impossible” is a picaresque tale of clueless but cute kids hunting “India’s most wanted criminal” to score some cash, set against the ultra-violence of India’s child trafficking epidemic. It takes forEVER to get started — a 30 minute prologue … Continue reading
This period piece — @1960 from the looks of the cars — is based on a bit novel about a British housekeeper who dreams of owning a Dior “frock.” Leslie Manville had the title role, with Isabelle Huppert, Jason Isaacs, … Continue reading
Had enough Spiderverses and “Everything Everywhere All at Once?” No? Then here’s the movie for you. We can see there’ll be loads of fan service/favorite characters in this latest “infinite universes” take rendered on the big screen. Boy, you mention … Continue reading