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Daily Archives: January 2, 2023
Netflixable? “End of the Road” is just another phrase for “Dead End”
It can sometimes seem that all the “let’s throw some money at” productions that Netflix streamed as feature films over the past year are just one interminable and awful movie. Maybe you figured that out on your own. Me? I … Continue reading
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Movie Review: Rust Belt Canadian kids take their shot at Metal Music — “Happy FKN Sunshine”
The best selling point of “Happy FKN Sunshine,” a “let’s start a metal band” dramedy, is that the title makes it sound British, or better yet Irish. But no. It’s Canadian, set and shot in Ontario. They swear up there … Continue reading
Netflixable? “Nightbooks” is tween terror in the Goosebumps mold
The child actor stars of “Nightbooks” really “sell” the frights in this Goosebumpy tale of terror. There’s quite a bit of screaming and frantic, gasping weeping at their plight and fear that they won’t survive this predicament or that ordeal. … Continue reading
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