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Daily Archives: September 22, 2022
Wild wacky stuff, twisted and nonsensical, from the mail order baby to the street corner baby mama. Nov. 8.
Movie Review: A Chinese “Back to the Future” with People’s Republic Twists — “Give Me Five (Gee, ni hao)”
Novelty alone is worth something at the movies. And there’s plenty about “Give Me Five” that makes it a cinematic unicorn. Comedies from China are rarely imported. A comedy with a whiff of “Back to the Future” about it, with … Continue reading
The stunning recreations in “Buried: The 1982 Alpine Meadows Avalanche” put the viewer as close to an actual avalanche as anybody’d ever want to get. A mountain of snow, preceded by a hurricane-force wind-driven shock wave, chases a snowmobile down … Continue reading
A brilliant child tries to keep herself fed and her paralyzed father alive in the mesmerizing science fiction drama “Vesper.” It’s about biological collapse and biological rebirth on an Earth even more starkly-divided into “haves” and “haven’t a prayers.” That’s … Continue reading
“Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths” is more Mexican than “Roma,” more surreal than “Birdman,” and hits Netflix Dec. 16. Wowza.
A gay couple and their daughter face the threat represented by a “Knock at the Cabin” door and warnings of the apocalypse. When it’s Dave Bautista doing the talking, you have to listen. No choice. Rupert Grint? Come on.
Indie but glossy, a couple of lesser known leads and an absolutely charming set up between a one hit wonder and a blocked and unaccomplished writer This looks adorable. Oct. 28.