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Daily Archives: March 18, 2023
Movie Review: She’s an addict, her kid’s in protective custody and “All the World is Sleeping”
Speaking directly to the camera, and perhaps to a support group, a counselor or a family member, Chama poetically muses are her situation and her need to “keep my s— together.” She describes her dreams, her life, her family, and … Continue reading
BOX OFFICE: “Shazam!” sequel opens without an exclamation point, “Scream VI” keeps stabbing away
This much is in obvious in watching, even if you’re not taking notes and reviewing “Shazam! Fury of the Gods.” It’s a movie whose one joke was told in the original film, a decent sized hit for New Line/DC. And … Continue reading
Netflixable? A French gangster’s blind brother is trapped “In His Shadow”
“In His Shadow” is a simplistic gangland parable about two half-brothers — one blind, the other a “monster” — who grew up and live in the Murets high rise projects on the outskirts of Paris. Short and relatively brisk, it’s … Continue reading