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Daily Archives: July 26, 2022
“Amandla” is a South African siblings saga built on the classic “one brother becomes a cop, one a thief” formula. An unconventional setting gives the film a certain novelty — South Africa just before Nelson Mandela was released from prison, … Continue reading
Labute was the king of toxic masculinity takes back in the day. Here, he’s got a “Double Indemnity/Body Heat” thing going on with Kruger calling the shots, Hank Azaria as the husband and Ray Nicholson as the hapless pawn lured … Continue reading
Properly paranoid and just trippy enough to be triggering, Addison Heimann’s “Hypochondriac” takes us into one tortured life and the troubled past that led to it. A prologue sets up the trauma to follow. Young Will, whom his manic, prattling … Continue reading
Mia Goth played Pearl in “X,” and she figured her back story had another movie in her. Ti West agreed. A24 has this, you say? Of course.
My favorite memory of Paul Sorvino was of him, sitting in the audience, blubbering like the proudest parent who ever walked the Earth, when his daughter Mira Sorvino won an Oscar for playing a foul-mouthed hooker in a Woody Allen … Continue reading
Whatever its qualifies, you have to figure this late season addition to the superhero lineup is a question mark that comes after fans lined up for “Spider Man,” and showed a lot of signs of fan fatigue with “Doctor Strange” … Continue reading
Rebecca Hall’s reinvention as the queen of “smart horror” continues, more or less apace, with “Resurrection,” a paranoid and metaphorical thriller so cryptic that it borders on obscurant. So this Andrew Semans film has that, a chilly tone built from … Continue reading