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The year 1969 was when the hippie-free-love-Age of Aquarius came to a horrifying end with the vicious Tate-LaBianca murders, all by a group of violent hippies known as the Charles Manson Family. It actually was the capper. more
‘Crazy Rich Asians” is both a romantic comedy about the ridiculously nutty interactions among family members gathered for a wedding in Singapore and a commentary about ridiculously wealthy people who aren’t Americans. more
The science fiction film tradition owes a lot to visionary, though crude, efforts of the 1950s.You can see how pictures, such as "The War of the Worlds" gave way to … more
There are a lot of good reasons some movies with male leads could easily be remade with female actors and probably turn out better ... more
Director Francis Lawrence — who helmed three "Hunger Games" movies, the cultish "Constantine," the inadvertently silly "I Am Legend," plus a slew of music videos for the … more
When Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali) first meets Tony Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen), after the latter applies for a job as his driver, Tony makes an assumption about the doctor title ... more
It may take more than a spoonful of sugar to make the new "Mary Poppins" movie go down without an ironic gulp or two. more
It was 1989 and Lynn Hamrick was living alone in West Hollywood. She stopped at a little Japanese restaurant for a meal, but little did she know she found her staple in cuisine and in … more
Kevin Hart's new movie might seem as though it cribbed a few notes from "The Breakfast Club (1985)," seeing as how it deals with a group of misfits stuck in a classroom lorded over by a cranky school teacher. more
Although Bryan Singer is given credit as director for “Bohemian Rhapsody” — the new film about Freddy Mercury and his rise to fame with the 80s rock band Queen — Singer’s apparent erratic on-set behavior ... more
A big budget feature like “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” might not have played as well if it was adapted from the book series back in the 1980s when they came out ... more
Clearly, director Kasi Lemmons had a monumental weight thrust upon her shoulders to depict the life and times of American hero Harriet Tubman (1822-1913). In every scene, one feels the director's intense desire to "get it right" because the world would certainly judge every frame and utterance for their authenticity and faithfulness to this important, yet largely unknown, historical figure. more
They killed a kid — not just haul him off-screen to so something unseen and unspeakable. No, they showed his terror, and the blood, and the torture. more
It's no joke. A lot people still believe in La Llorona, the wailing woman said to haunt the streams and acequias searching for the souls of children to replace her own that she herself drowned. more
The new film starring Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart and Nicole Kidman titled "The Upside" would probably have had a decent chance at being memorable if there was even a modicum of originality in the script. more
Just what is the "Star Wars" universe trying to teach us? Is it that Wookiees are incredibly loyal, fierce and loveable friends? Or, that brave freedom fighters will always give their lives for a just cause? Or, that evil will never die and that a gigantic armada of Imperial Star Destroyers can be built in secret by a cranky old relative? more
Ok, ok, "Brightburn" is the anti-Superman, the Bizarro World-ish version of the Man of Steel. There, I said it. But, “Brightburn” is more than that. In fact, it has bigger fish to fry. more
The most disturbing part of “Dark Phoenix,” the new X-Men movie, is not the apocalyptic attack from a mysterious cosmic force or the aliens that want to control it and wipe out all life on earth ... more
This year has seen a number of truly remarkable films hit wide release, and for the first time one became considered for Oscar recognition after debuting on a streaming service ... more
The movie's centerpiece is a wildly crazy-cool amusement park with gravity- and sanity-defying rides imagined by a little girl named June (voiced by Sofia Mali) and her mom (Jennifer Garner). more
Filled with an excruciating amount of detail, and a plot so cryptically complex that it rivals a Paul Greengrass political thriller, the latest film adaptation of a J.K. Rowling novel, "Fantastic … more
What was the "counterculture"? In the 1960s, there was a cultural revolution that pitted young people, political movements, minorities and a resulting media explosion against the … more
Director Eli Roth isn't exactly recognized for his subtlety. Known for extreme torture-horror flicks, such as "Hostel," "Cabin Fever" and "The Green Inferno," he's risen to … more
Melissa McCarthy can be really funny. She can have you rolling in the aisles and nail you with a real by-cracky knee-slapper ... more
Here's a rundown of festival events. Unless specified, these will all take place at the Taos Community Auditorium:Today (April 19), 10 a.m.This is a special screening of three films by … more
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