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Daily Archives: October 29, 2022
A steep fall off from it’s $67 million opening didn’t kill “Black Adam.” Dwayne Johnson’s comic book crap on a cracker added $25 million on its second weekend, pushing it over $108 million overall. The new Lionsgate release, smuggled into … Continue reading
When he thinks of his father, the memories of the distant past are in vivid color. It’s the present day that seems monochromatic, colorless and harsh. That’s how Héctor remembers his sainted Dad in “Memories of My Father,” based on … Continue reading
Remaking the Jamie Lee Curtis horror canon pays off. So taking another shot at “Terror Train,” which the Queen of Screams filmed back in 1980, isn’t a bad idea. Not improving on a nut-with-a-knife thriller that wasn’t all that to … Continue reading
Here’s an indie whimsy that just doesn’t work, or work out. “Hello from Nowhere” sends four folks for a hiking/camping trip along the Pacific Coast Trail in the Pacific Northwest, one fellow that’s a trail veteran and three novices. The … Continue reading
This thriller is an alt and engrossing example of a policeman, even with issues, knowing just what he can get away with and using that expertise for less than noble purposes. “Unidentified” seems like a good tale with subtitles to … Continue reading