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New Movies This Week
starring: Lewis Tan, Jessica McNamee, Josh Lawson
genres: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Peetimes: I’m watching this early Friday morning on HBO Max. Peetimes will be posted by 1.
starring: Patti Harrison, Ed Helms, Rosalind Chao
Peetimes: We’ll have Peetimes by late Friday afternoon.
|NEW Movie – In the Earth
There’s nothing good to say about this horror film. Sometimes a movie is just this bad. We only stayed around to get Peetimes for you. Enjoy, if you must. 😉
|NEW Movie – The Secret Garden (2020)
Instead of carefully building great characters coming together to nurture a ‘dead’ garden and thereby healing themselves, this Secret Garden movie has the garden ready-made and turns the focus on grief, loss, and more grief. Starring Colin Firth and Julie Walters; not at their best.
|Re-Watch Movie Review – Star Trek IV: The Undiscovered Country
Looking over the Star Trek movies, there are good ones, great ones, and outright poor ones. VI is one of the good ones, just missing being great. It’s also one of the most world-building-est, if you know your Trek backstory.
|Indie Movie Review – The Parish
But, but, but they died fifty years ago… and other standard haunting tropes. It’s a shame the story was so poor: the acting, music, and photography were really rather good.Grade: C
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