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Daily Archives: June 9, 2022
Michael Cera and Samuel L Jackson in the same (animated) movie? Sequel? Shut the front door! July 15.
Sure, Well Go USA picks these films up for North American distribution. But in the rest of the world, the label putting the film in theaters or on home video says it all. “Hi-YAH!” Love that, even though the martial … Continue reading
Egyptian cinema — born shortly after the Europe and Hollywood’s film emergence, was already mature enough to produce its “Golden Age,” in the 1950s. That’s the era when it produced its first international screen icon, the great Omar Shariff. Youssef … Continue reading
There’s nothing. Go home. Let them clean the theater for the next showing. I stayed. I know.
Keke, Daniel Kaluuya, Michael Wincott, Steven Yuen, Brandon Perea and Keith David and “aliens” waiting for humans to finally film “the money shot.” July 22.
Movie Review: Amnesiac mother, her missing child, an exorcist and a hypnotist wonder what’s coming “On the 3rd Day”
Argentine filmmaker Daniel De La Vega runs a lot of standard horror tropes through a South American filter in “On the 3rd Day,” a well-mounted by seriously-unsurprising demonic possession thriller. When the old man, Enrique (Gerardo Romano) takes a call … Continue reading
No! NOBODY saw this coming! The faith-based biographical drama “The Lady of Heaven” has faced sanction and banning, even having its trailers banned, in pretty much the entire Islamic world. Now Muslim protesters, calling it “blasphemous,” have gotten it yanked … Continue reading
Of course Stones Fanatic Martin Scorsese produced this look inside the “Chelsea drug store.” A notorious landmark of rock history is explored in this documentary, coming out July 8. Cannot wait to see it, and hopefully Magnolia Pictures won’t make … Continue reading
A life limited by poverty and rigidly patriarchal Catholicism is what Clara always has. Does her niece, about to have her quincenera, deserve better? This one opens July1.