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Daily Archives: November 3, 2022
The lady of the house has been through trauma or some sort. It’s wrecking her sleep and gutting her short term memory. All the medication in the world is no help. Then Diana shows up. Christine doesn’t remember hiring a … Continue reading
This tale of terror opens Nov. 8.
Harry Turner stars in this Guy and His Ocelot Friend story, which comes to theaters Dec. 21 and hits Amazon streaming shortly thereafter.
Mustafa stands on his mother’s apartment balcony chatting by phone with his wife and children. He can almost see them across the way. We gather that the highlight, for the three kids — 9-and-under — comes at the end of … Continue reading
Equal parts funny and forlorn, with a smattering of the violence that always been a sort of Emerald Isle background noise, “The Banshees of Inisherin” is Martin McDonagh’s most Irish film, because it’s a lot like Ireland itself. Set in … Continue reading
Disney+ is where you’ll find this Foundation Myth take on how The Mouse in the House the ho Built was created. Looks good. Nov. 18.