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I can’t remember seeing so many productions waste so much money and talent. We’ve talked about the best, now let’s talk about the bombs.
By the time this cinematic cyclone has effectively devastated us, the only thing we can do with all this sadness and shock is laugh at the perfect symmetry of it all.
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For this week’s episode of Cinemavino, we discuss the upcoming Star Wars sequel, The Rise of Skywalker. Once again, Daniel Gimlin joins us for some good wine and lively conversation.
Writer-director Taika Waititi uses his delirious sense of humor to skewer the subjects of fascism and intolerance.
For all its flaws, Harriet remains a film worth seeing. Tubman’s life occupies a crucial place in American history.
In Motherless Brooklyn, writer-director-star Edward Norton paints with brilliant brush strokes, but he doesn’t know when to step back from the canvas.
For this episode, we bring in a special guest, Daniel Gimlin, to discuss Scorsese’s Marvel comments, and talk about The Irishman. We also drink The Bull, a delicious, fruit-forward red wine.
For this week’s Cinemavino, we watch Monster Squad! Sean Jordan, an expert on horror movies, stops by to share his insights.
Jexi had potential, buried underneath all the layers of badness.
To paraphrase those Muppets up in the theater balcony: This ain’t half bad. It ain’t half good, either.
“All of life’s riddles are answered in the movies.”
The Gentlemen (2019)
The Gentlemen may be boiling over with profanity and squib-splattering violence, but with a great cast and a relaxed atmosphere, this is just the kind of fun we need right now. Read more…
While it can't hit and hold the same high notes as its classic predecessors, fans of the genre will find that Onward is still better than just about anything out there. Read more…
Richard Jewell (2019)
Ultimately, Richard Jewell plays like an immense tragedy, the garbage-strewn mess left after a media circus moves its dog-and-pony show somewhere else. Read more…
Birds of Prey (2020)
Crazy thing is, somewhere along this fantabulous emancipation of Harley Quinn lies a movie that ain't half bad. Read more…