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Daily Archives: May 21, 2022
Has it really been 25 years since “In & Out” came, uh, “out?” Kevin Kline won an Oscar for other work, but hell’s bells, he was never funnier than in this Paul Rudnick farce. Debbie Reynolds playing his Mom, Joan … Continue reading
British? Check. Welsh and overcast? Check and check again. Twee? Oh my yes. June 17 Focus Features starts to roll this one out.
The closing image of “We Feed People, Ron Howard’s uplifting documentary about Chef José Andrés and the righteous work he and the non-governmental-organization charity he helped found, World Central Kitchen, is a kicker, one of documentary cinema’s great story-in-a-single-shot punchlines. … Continue reading
For those keeping score at home, I called it. Netflix getting into the Victoria Justice business was a smart play for both parties. Give her suitable, wholesome, flirty and sassy parts and she’ll deliver and Netflix will be the richer … Continue reading
Making a better sequel did not allow the second “Downton Abbey” movie to overcome COVID depressed turnout, as “Downton Abbey: A New Era” managed a robust $18 million opening weekend, down from the first big screen treatment of the BBC/PBS … Continue reading