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Archive For September, 2016

Cash Money Homies

Cash Money Homies

Masterminds by George Wolf Does Masterminds carry the stench of death? Let’s go to the evidence. This film has been on the shelf for over a year despite impressive comic…read more →

Ain’t That Peculiar?

Ain’t That Peculiar?

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Hope Madden The biggest problem facing Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is that the film is not nearly peculiar enough. Tim Burton…read more →

Grandmaster Flash

Grandmaster Flash

Queen of Katwe by Hope Madden Director Mira Nair has a long history of films told with respect to the cultural heritage of the story itself. Having begun her career…read more →

Safety Dance

Safety Dance

Deepwater Horizon by George Wolf With a nice throwback vibe, crackling tension and terrific ensemble acting, Deepwater Horizon is a surprisingly compelling package. Director Peter Berg, surpassing his similar work…read more →

Wedding Bell Blues

Wedding Bell Blues

Demon by Hope Madden Like the mournful soul that clings to poor bridegroom Piotr (Itay Tiran), Demon sticks to you. Director/co-writer Marcin Wrona’s final feature (he ended his life at…read more →

Oh Baby

Oh Baby

Storks by Cat McAlpine “Where do babies come from?” Multiple sources, apparently. Storks have been out of the baby business for a few decades, and Junior is up for a…read more →

Suicide Posse

Suicide Posse

The Magnificent Seven by Hope Madden What if women, traumatized veterans, blacks, Asian Americans, American Indians, Mexican Americans and whatever white men we have left with a conscience exerted their…read more →