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Daily Archives: May 17, 2022
Same director as “Top Gun: Maverick.” Only…on Netflix.
Movie Preview: Door to door insurance salesmen trapped in a serial killer’s basement? “Keeping Company”
Totally down with this as a concept. June 7.
Perhaps the best representation of the tediously-over-titled latest installment in the “Ghost in the Shell” media vortex –– “Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 Sustainable War” — is that hideously over-loaded title itself, translated from “Kôkaku kidôtai SAC_2045 Jizoku kanô sensô.” … Continue reading
Jonathan Rhys-Myers at his most evil, Dennis Hopper fully amped-up and Robert Carlyle in all his “Trainspotting” rage — that’s Kyle Gallner in “Dinner in America.” Gallner and Emily Skeggs made the oddest and most adorable couple, a warm and … Continue reading
Olga Kurylenko and John Malkovich also starting this June 3 release about the hunt for cops who witnessed an assassination attempt.
Most Ukrainian combat pictures are set during the Crimean invasion a few years back. Based on “a true story,” this Well Go release comes our way July 1.
A politician on the rebound after a failed campaign gets to ponder what might have been when his high school girlfriend returns from a 20 year space journey in “The Time Capsule.” It’s a downbeat, wistful and entirely-too-quiet romantic drama … Continue reading
Buckley’s a widow persecuted and tormented over her late husband’s suicide in a patriarchal piece of Britannia that feels like the main plank on any “War on Women” party’s political platform. There or here. Writer-director Alex Garland broke out with … Continue reading