Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Nadine Whitney

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Movie Review: ‘Bleeding Love’ is an Act of Forgiveness

Director: Emma WestenbergWriters: Vera Bulder, Ruby Caster, Elle MalanStars: Ewan McGregor, Clara McGregor, Jake Weary Synopsis: A father takes his estranged daughter on a road trip in an effort to get her out...

Movie Review: ‘Bob Marley: One Love’ is Too Many Kinds of Biopic

Director: Reinaldo Marcus GreenWriters: Terence Winter, Frank E. Flowers, Zach BaylinStars: Kingsley Ben-Adir, James Norton, Lashana Lynch Synopsis: The story of how reggae icon Bob Marley overcame adversity, and the journey behind...

Movie Review: ‘Golden Years’ Shows That Personal Growth Doesn’t Stop With Age

Director: Barbara KulcsarWriter: Petra Biondina VolpeStars: Esther Gemsch, Stefan Kurt, Ueli Jäggi Synopsis: A retired couple is getting ready to enjoy their life as pensioners on a cruise trip through the Mediterranean. The...

Movie Review: ‘Force of Nature: The Dry 2’ Meanders Through Mystery

Director: Robert ConnollyWriters: Robert Connolly, Jane HarperStars: Eric Bana, Anna Torv, Jacqueline McKenzie, Deborra-Lee Furness, Robin McLeavy, Sisi Stringer, Richard Roxburgh Synopsis: Five women participate in a hiking retreat but only four come...

Movie Review: ‘Molli and Max in the Future’ is an Intergalactic Rom-Com Space Opera

Director: Michael Lukk LitwakWriter: Michael Lukk LitwakStars: Zosia Mamet, Aristotle Athari, Erin Darke Synopsis: A sci-fi romantic comedy about a man and woman whose orbits repeatedly collide over the course of 12 years, 4...

Movie Review: ‘Love and Work’ is a Labor of Love

Director: Pete OhsWriters: Stephanie Hunt, Will Madden, Pete OhsStars: Stephanie Hunt, Will Maden, Frank Mosley Synopsis: Diane and Fox love to work. Unfortunately, they live in a polarized world where having a job is...

Interview: Director Pete Ohs

Indie auteur, and possible benevolent alien, Pete Ohs is back with a new film opening at Slamdance. Love and Work is an absurdist comedy and love story set in an alternate world...

Movie Review: ‘The End We Start From’ Asks What Would You Protect

Director: Mahalia BeloWriters: Alice Birch, Megan HunterStars: Jodie Comer, Joel Fry, Benedict Cumberbatch Synopsis: A woman tries to find her way home with her newborn while an environmental crisis submerges London in floodwaters. “If...

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