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Daily Archives: May 12, 2022
Diane Kruger and Jeffrey Donovan play sympathetic parents, but people with their own problems, in this June 17 release. Love the tone. Serious. Romantic. Teenage longing confronted by harsh leaving-for-college reality.
Full disclosure, when I think of Chip and Dale I usually wish they were as funny as the Looney Goofy Gophers Mac and Tosh over at Warner Brothers. I don’t know when this “Roger Rabbit ish” (live action and all … Continue reading
Perfectly good comedy to update every generation. This is a Miami set version with a lot of modern touches — the parents of the Bride are in couples counseling — and there’s a laugh or two on the trailer. Probably … Continue reading
The set-up has “can’t miss” built into it. A “posh,” educated and upper class family’s son falls for a brassy, sexy and gauche exercise instructor. His buttoned-down, everything-just-so Mom finds herself forced to deal with unsophisticated and less-than-hygienic potential in-laws … Continue reading
In the early going of “The Last Victim,” I figured my review was going to focus on the one thing every thriller that doesn’t work has in common — the lack of urgency. But dawdling when it should be quick-marching … Continue reading
“Downton Abbey: A New Era” has the feeling of a grand curtain call for Britain’s most beloved PBS export. Sunnier and funnier than the previous “Downton” film, it bestows amusing moments and lines on every loyal cast member, enough screen … Continue reading