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Daily Archives: September 15, 2022
This one promises to stand out, a 1950s “Sin City” noir about gangs and gay men and Andrea Riseborough and Demi Moore as a couple of tough broads. Oct. 28.
Musical road warriors Chicago, who have toured for half a century and faced their first enforced year not touring thanks to COVID, this one hits select cinemas Sept. 30. They used to travel with The Beach Boys, who’ve been around … Continue reading
Snoop Dogg produced this Oct. 7 buddy comedy. Inhaling might help.
Remember that sequence of scenes in “The Godfather” in which Don Corleone receives visitors who come to ask for favors, make complaints and request justice? That’s basically the plot for Eduardo Filippo’s play, “Il sindaco del Rione Sanità,” “The Mayor … Continue reading
The tamest movie ever made about dabbling in LSD and Riot Grrrl culture has to be “Acid Test,” a non-prescription sleep aid of a movie. Here’s a PG rated treatment of an R-rated subject. It’s about a high school senior … Continue reading
Movie Preview: A Senegalese “Nanny” faces trauma and “presence” in the New York family that hires her
A thriller that turns horrific? Nov. 23 in theaters, Dec. 16 streaming.
Movie Preview: Orson Welles and New York’s best African Americans actors take on “The Scottish Tragedy” — “Voodoo MacBeth”
A small distributor backs a little known cast that takes on the sensation of 1930s Broadway, Welles’ Haitian set “Voodoo Macbeth.” Oct. 21.
Mostly unknown cast for this Sept. 20.
If it was a “spoiler,” I wouldn’t use the word. And the word for “Don’t Worry Darling” is “Stepford.” I mean, read and comprehend the title. There it is. It’s an easily-grasped and obvious analogy for this satiric thriller from … Continue reading