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- Netflixable? Taiwanese mother considers whether to "Reclaim" the life she's given up for others
- "Top Gun: Maverick" comes back to the biggest IMAX (and mini max) screens this weekend
- That weird Golden Oldie tucked into "The Gray Man" -- "Silver Bird"
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- Movie Review -- "The Witch: Part 2, The Other One" gives witches the "Underworld" treatment
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- Netflixable? A charming story of a French girl and her wolf -- "Vicky and Her Mystery (Mystère)"
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Daily Archives: June 25, 2022
Movie Preview: Dame Helen and Gillian A. star in a sequel that’s also a prequel, “White Bird: A Wonder Story”
Mandy Patinkin also stars in this “Let me tell you my story” sequel that takes “Wonder” and lessons about doing the right thing and kindness back to The Holocaust. October 14th.
“Sniper” movies are a combat genre all their own thanks to the fatal attraction of the loners — usually two-person teams — who do the work, hit-men or women in uniform, a one-or-two-shooter “surgical strike.” Many a first-person shooter video … Continue reading
BOX OFFICE: “Elvis” is still the king, might edge “Maverick,” “Black Phone” headed towards $24 million
Baz Luhrmann’s “Elvis,” an “event” movie that isn’t about action or actors in tights, is heading towards a $31.5 million opening, and is projected at this point to edge the latest weekend of “Maverick” ($30). Thursday night previews — which … Continue reading
The most perilous minefield in the movies might be daring to explore teen sexuality on screen. Raunchy farces use the cover of comedy, because everybody knows taking this subject seriously risks crossing the line into straight-up exploitation. And whatever notoriety … Continue reading