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Aug 6 2020

Spinster (2020) – Movie Review

Plenty are the films about the comedy of errors that is parenthood and subsequent family life, but what about those whose paths and choices have taken them a different route? Where are the movies about the single folks who, either by choice or by circumstance, don’t get married or have children? If there are stories […]
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Jul 27 2020

The Tent (2020) – Movie Review

The way The Tent operates is in confusion until its final reveal. A recent parallel would be M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, a similar movie swiftly redefined in its post-closing title twist, but Split at least didn’t keep you in the dark about its aims or its subject matter. With The Tent, we’re kept on a […]
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Jul 23 2020

Yes, God, Yes (2020) – Movie Review

Yes, God, Yes felt like a revisit to high school. Rumors, budding sexuality, the intolerance concealed by a thin veil of gentility, and the judgment we cast on others to make us feel better about ourselves… yup. I grew up Catholic; Yes, God, Yes was like dropping in on a friend and then finding yourself […]
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Jul 17 2020

Palm Springs (2020) – Movie Review

Most of the fun of time loop films is watching their victims go through Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’ five stages of grief – denial, anger, depression, bargaining, and acceptance. Almost every film like this shows alternately humorous and dramatic phases of a person coming to terms with their situation, and it’s usually limited to one person traversing […]
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Jul 15 2020

Divos! (2020) – Movie Review

I had a double-feature of Game of Death and Divos! in this specific order… and boy, I’m happy I watched Divos! second. This was exactly the antidote I needed for the ugliness of the preceding movie. Divos! is a punchy charmer and rejoices in petty awkwardness, manically (or maniacally?) driven by its hero and narrator Ricky. […]
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Jul 14 2020

Game of Death (2020) – Movie Review

One cinema positive of the COVID-19 pandemic is that lesser-known films have come to the public’s attention; some of these lesser-knowns should have stayed that way. Case in point: filmed in 2017, Game of Death – not to be confused with Bruce Lee’s final film, another showing of this particular film’s lack of originality and […]
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