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New Movies This Week
|The Card Counter
starring: Oscar Isaac, Willem Dafoe, Tye Sheridan
runtime: 1 hour 49 minutes
genres: Action | Drama | Thriller
rating: [N/A] Graphic Nudity | Brief Sexuality | Language | Some Disturbing Violence
directed by: Paul Schrader
Peetimes: Peetimes will be posted early Friday morning.
starring: Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson, George Young
runtime: 1 hour 51 minutes
genres: Crime | Drama | Horror
rating: [R] Strong Horror Violence | Language | Gruesome Images
directed by: James Wan
Peetimes: I’m going to the noon showing on Friday. Peetimes should be posted by 4:00 PM Eastern.
|The Giant James Bond Rewatch – License to Kill (1989)
This is easily the worst Bond film in the entire franchise. It’s the darkest and ugliest film in the canon. The deaths are disturbingly violent, resembling the kills in a horror film rather than an action flick.
|Groundhog Day Themed Film Short Review – 12:01 PM
Another entry for the Groundhog Day catalog! At only a half-hour long and starring the reliable, ageless Kurtwood Smith, we recommend viewing this free on YouTube right now, before you forget. (Don’t forget to add the PM. There is a different, full-length Groundhog Day time loop film called 12:01, also free on YouTube. Hey, make a night of it and watch both!) Anyway, here’s Rob’s review of this interesting film short.
|Indie Documentary Review – Last Call: The Shutdown Of NYC Bars
Although there are other films that talk about how having everyone stay at home has benefited the planet and its non-human inhabitants (The Year Earth Changed for instance) Last Call: The Shutdown Of NYC Bars looks at the effect on some of the people during the lockdown in New York.
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