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Apr 9 2017

Aftermath

The last two Arnold Schwarzenegger films I’ve seen have impressed me; I rather like his latter-day venture into dramatic territory. Of course, that’s not to say that I don’t like seeing him with a gun in his hand and a cigar in his mouth. However, his zombie drama Maggie and his latest film Aftermath have […]
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Dec 16 2016

Review: “Solace”

So this psychic hooks up with the FBI to catch a serial killer… oh, you’ve heard this one before? But wait, there’s more. “Solace” is almost a carbon copy of David Fincher’s “Se7en”. Except instead of killing people for their sins, this psycho is mercy-killing the terminally ill. But hold on, here’s the interesting part: […]
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Sep 17 2015

Cooties

Usually, the best movies rely on subtext and nuance, leaving things for you to rediscover upon rewatching them. Other films make their statements like a boxer’s jab to the chest before stepping back and waiting to make their next move. The down-and-dirty Cooties is one of the latter films, being passable and enjoyable enough, but […]
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Aug 21 2015

She’s Funny That Way

Owen Wilson seems to be a magnet for eccentric auteurs like Wes Anderson, Woody Allen and now Peter Bogdanovich. In Bogdanovich’s “She’s Funny That Way”, his first theatrical release in over a decade (with Anderson as one of its producers), Wilson plays a philandering playwright named Arnold Albertson, who is also known by several aliases […]
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