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Daily Archives: August 30, 2022
From the folks who brought us “The Father.” No. I’m serious. Florian Zeller, who wrote the source plays both films are based on, and directed both films, and Christopher Hampton, who adapted them both and Sir Anthony Hopkins carry over … Continue reading
A little bloodshed, a few laughs, a bit of swearing. Malin Akerman and Abigail Breslin star in this Oct. 21 release.
Ok, that’s a little pushy, “Stop what you’re doing” and all. But I laughed at a couple of the silly conceits of this Daniel Radcliffe star vehicle. Rainn Wilson as Dr. Demento? I’m totally there. Maybe it works, maybe it … Continue reading
Here’s a creepy indie snapshot of America at this moment — performative, attention-grabbing, impulsive and child-exploitation obsessed. “Low Life” is a jittery, nerve-wracking thriller, a peek behind the “gotcha” cell phone camera of a confrontational stalker-of-stalkers. It’s also a commentary … Continue reading
A tattooed, pink-haired punk scrambles onto an inter-city bus, still bleeding from his latest piercing — a bullet wound to the gut. It’ll be all right, Freddy assures his fevered pal JJ. Meet me at the bus station in Lake … Continue reading