Daily Archives: September 19, 2022

Movie Review: A Father Makes his Deal with the Drug Dealing Devil to save his kid — “Swamp Lion”

“Swamp Lion” is an overly patient, not-quite-meandering melodrama about a Texas trucker who gets mixed up in smuggling to try and pay for his son’s cancer treatment. This indie film, starring Michael Ray Escamilla, has touching moments and a seriously … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Antonio Banderas classes up “The Enforcer”

“The Enforcer” is filmed-proof that the difference between a C-movie and a straight-up, watchable B-picture is Antonio Banderas. Ask first-time director Richard Hughes. He’ll tell you. The Aussie Hughes was behind the camera for this tale of finding a single … Continue reading

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Age…and cancellation catch up with Woody Allen — “retiring” at 86

His movies aren’t even distributed in the US, not in ways most of the country hears about or sees. He lost his fastball years ago and his breaking stuff hasn’t gotten by of late. And then there’s the whole matter … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Messy Mayhem of “Section 8”

There’s a moment in a car chase in the third act of the idiotic action thriller “Section 8” when we see Dermot Mulroney, as one of the heavies, push his SUV to the limit to the sounds of Bach’s Cello … Continue reading

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