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Daily Archives: September 9, 2022
Direct to Disney+? Still dying to see it. Now here’s a sequel we can all get behind. An “Enchanted” follow up that’s all about life after marrying your McDreamy Prince and moving to the ‘burbs. Love and Amy! And Maya … Continue reading
“The Bengali” is a lovely home movie about finding one’s roots, a simple tale that connects a New Orleans family to its West Bengal patriarch, who came over from India in the late 19th century. School teacher Fatima Shaik grew … Continue reading
It always circles back to “Clerks” for Kevin Smith. Jersey’s DIY indie filmmaker may have taken his shots at leaving Jay and Silent Bob and Dante and Randal et al. But those guys and that New Jersey convenience store they … Continue reading
Dear Britannia. You have time. Reconsider? This one is previewing early because they’re sure they’ve got something good here. One can hardly wait.
When we meet Justin Long’s actor character AJ in the new thriller “Barbarian,” he’s a Hollywood lad on the make, a guy with a TV pilot about to be picked up sporting down the coast with the top down in … Continue reading
An Oct. 14 release from Samuel Goldwyn, this one could’ve used some serious title brainstorming. “Hitman’s Holiday” gets the job done. Scott Adkins and Ray Stevenson, making a movie in Malta with lots of “Warriors” style colorful hitman characters trying … Continue reading