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Daily Archives: August 20, 2022
So aliens have been imprisoning the worst of the worst among their criminals inside human bodies for centuries, solving a big warehousing problem for them and explaining a whole LOT of not-quite-humans scattered amongst humanity. Hellooo, Mister Musk. One of … Continue reading
The “Dragon Ball” franchise has become a great boon for North America’s multiplexes, delivering steady results when there’s no non-anime comic book movie blockbuster around to sell the popcorn. “Dragon Ball Super: Superhero” had a good Thursday night ($4 million) … Continue reading
You can look at Stanley Kubrick‘s second film as a director, “Killer’s Kiss,” as his sizzle reel, an introduction/audition for all the great films to follow. His low-budget feature filmmaking debut, the opaque and amateurish “symbolic” war picture “Fear and … Continue reading
Movie Preview: Another version of a Classic Sentimental Take on Growing up in WWII Britain — “The Railway Children”
A period piece with kids sent away from the cities during “The Blitz,” this adventure features a soldier hiding from the authorities and a couple of familiar faces — Jenny Agutter and Tom Courtenay. Agutter’s presence in this speaks to … Continue reading