Daily Archives: August 22, 2022

Movie Preview: Remember, A24’s “Funny Pages” opens Friday

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Movie Preview: A little bit of Stallone as a superhero “Samaritan”

Friday.

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Movie Review: Cleese and Kingsley, Reed and Rigg, Hoskins and Lumley in a 1998 debacle starring Chris Rea — “Parting Shots”

What’s this then? An “all-star romp” featuring Sir Ben Kingsley, John Cleese, Joanna Lumley and the late Bob Hoskins, Diana Rigg and Oliver Reed? Why’d it never earn a US release? And if not, how did Bobcat Goldthwait see it … Continue reading

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Movie Preview: A Black and White “cryptozoologists with a Youtube Channel” “Creature Feature” — “Greywood’s Plot”

“Let’s go get famous.” Sept. 16.

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Regal Cinemas takes a long hard look at Bankruptcy

Everything every movie theater on Earth has been doing to try and stave off “going dark” — the upselling of the experience, “reserved seating,” IMAX, RPX and other shake-the-seats sound gimmicks — was kicked right in the teeth by the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: A PTSD vet and NFL “has-been” bond — “MVP”

Good intentions run smack into self-indulgence in “MVP,” a slack, sentimental, cliche-and-stereotype-stuffed drama from activist, charitable foundation founder, Green Beret vet and actor Nate Boyer. Boyer directed, co-wrote and stars in this story of a homeless Marine who meets a … Continue reading

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