Posts Tagged ‘Joanna Langfield’

Don’t Worry Darling

September 22, 2022

There’s something interesting buried deep in this utopian mystery. But watching the Hitchcockian thriller without Hitchcock pulling the strings made me feel as if I didn’t give a spit.

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Confess, Fletch

September 14, 2022

Movie capers are fun. Fletch, the mystery novel and film adaptation series, is fun. Happily, the newest spin on all of this, well that’s fun, too.

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Three Minutes: A Lengthening

August 24, 2022

This quiet yet profound documentary stands not only as a heartbreaking reflection on the Holocaust, but also a testament to the power of film, even those little home movies so many of us have tucked away in a close

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Mack and Rita

August 10, 2022

God bless Diane Keaton, whose very exuberant appearance in this ohso slight rom-com disproves just about all of the Life Lessons the movie is trying to impart.

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July 12, 2022

Where the Crawdads Sing

You have to feel for the team tasked with bringing this immensely popular novel to the screen. Because I can’t help but assume this movie will leave fans disappointed. And I’m not quite sure why anyone else would be excited about seeing it at all.

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Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris.

July 11, 2022

Thanks to some slyly plush storytelling and even better performances from Lesley Manville and Isabelle Huppert, what could have sufficed as a sweet charmer delivers a whole lot more.

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Acidman

June 18, 2022

I wanted to see this estranged father daughter drama because I am a long time fan of Thomas Haden Church. I come away from it now also a big fan of Dianna Agron.

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June 7, 2022

Good Luck to You, Leo Grande

As much as I wanted to enjoy this modest production about the most immodest thing of all, sexuality, I couldn’t help but feel a little let down.

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Hustle

June 2, 2022

Rocky, but basketball. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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Barry, Season 3

April 21, 2022

Among the many gifts Bill Hader delivers in this fabulous new chapter of his series is that, in picking off almost exactly where he left us, it feels almost as if the last two years never happened. How great is that?

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