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Daily Archives: November 15, 2022
I didn’t get around to reviewing this one. Not a fresh title, arrived unsolicited by mail, Japanese, a trio of short stories about sex and food, reviewing seemed pointless and labor intensive. And I have hesitated to palm it off … Continue reading
“Taurus” is more proof that there’s little new to say in the self-destructive rock star movie genre, that a Cobain by any other name is either fated to end up drowning in his own vomit, or not. Writer-director Tim Sutton’s … Continue reading
Brittany Snow and Justin Long, Alex Moffat and Julia Duffy, George Wendt and a lot of off-color jokes decorate this Dec. 2 release.
Most everybody had that moment when they just gave up on Lindsay Lohan. The scandals, the tsunami of gossip, the poor choices off screen and on, few actresses handled the transition from child starlet to adult attention magnet more poorly. … Continue reading
Every movie opens with a world of possibilities and steadily, one by one, closes off those directions it might take. A good film is one that presents promising options, picks a more intriguing and perhaps less expected one, and maybe … Continue reading
This Oscar bait features a top cast and an awful Hollywood scandal and the New York Times beating Ronan Farrow to the Harvey Weinstein scoop. Curious to see if “She Said” even mentions the race to publish. Love Carey Mulligan … Continue reading
The new film from award-winning Venezuelan filmmaker Lorenzo Vigas is a lean, quiet and disturbing parable about global capitalism as it is practiced in much of the Third World. With “The Box” (“La Caja”), the director of “From Afar” pulls … Continue reading
“Aquaman” and “Dune” hunk Jason Momoa figures prominently in the advertising for “The Last Manhunt.” He’s in just three or four scenes in it, but he co-wrote the story, so fair enough. And he’s the one who got this new … Continue reading