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Daily Archives: October 2, 2019
“Late Night” is often so predictable that you can see through the whole story right from the beginning, but it is a fairly enjoyable comedy film nonetheless thanks to its two colorful female lead performers. Whenever they share the screen … Continue reading
“Joker” is alternatively depressing and alarming to watch. Monotonously grim, morbid, sour, unpleasant, and vicious from the beginning to the end, it attempts to thrust us into the warped state of mind of a very disturbed man bound to be … Continue reading