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Daily Archives: June 4, 2022
And you thought Canadians were nice. Well, aside from the hockey players and seal killers, I mean. Here’s Woody, playing a torturer/killer from you-know-where, and of course Kevin Hart’s the EveryLittleMan confused for him who has to pretend he enjoys … Continue reading
BOX OFFICE: “Top Gun” chases down “Dr. Strange,” “Everything Everywhere” clears $60, Cronenberg underwhelms
An $85 million second weekend has turned “Top Gun” into Tom Cruise’s biggest US hit ever. It should clear the $300 million mark by Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. Boffo overseas, of course, but even Cruise’s “Mission: Impossible” career-savers … Continue reading
A wealthy, 60ish husband is getting nagged by his wife in their United Arab Emirates mansion. She’s heard of a husband who built a mosque in loving tribute to his late wife. Doesn’t her husband love her that much? “Great,” … Continue reading
Imagine Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot,” staged and cast by gangster-obsessed Martin McDonagh and set to the music of Morrisey, imitating the work of Jonathan Larson. That’s my best shot at describing “The Score,” Malachi Smyth’s debut feature about two mobsters … Continue reading
The folks who made that Beatles dramedy “Yesterday” are behind this Will Poulter/Naomi Ackie/Johnny Flynn musical dramedy. Flynn did the tunes, too. Looks fun. June 10, theatrical.