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SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO * * * (Violent sequel) Benicio Del Toro plays hitman Alejandro, as violence and mayhem continues in the drug wars between the Mexican cartels. Always in the background pulling strings and making questionably immoral decisions more
UNCLE DREW * * (Seniors rule the basketball court) The young folks at the Saturday matinee seemed to enjoy this silly, predictable comedy about a bunch of elderly basketball players who vie for the Harlem outdoor basketball championship. Joyce wisely more
RED SPARROW * * * (Sexy spy story) Jennifer Lawrence stars as Dominika, a Russian ballerina who injures her leg and finds a new, more dangerous career, thanks to her connected, conniving uncle (Matthais Schoenaerts). Dominika is sent to a spy training more
DEATH WISH * * (Remake of vengeance movie) Bruce Willis plays a Chicago doctor who seeks vengeance for the death of his wife and serious injury to his teenage daughter after a violent home invasion. Remaking a powerful movie with a magnetic hero more
In a tense yet gratifying telltale about the world of news, “The Post” delivers a thrilling depiction of Katharine Graham’s reign as publisher of The Washington Post. Set in the early 1970s, … more
TAG* *(Immature men/dumb movie)Although “Tag” is loosely based on a true Wall Street Journal story, it portrays its characters as immature, dumb man-children who play a stupid game that … more
THOROUGHBREDS* * *(Teenage film noir)“Thoroughbreds” reminded me of a good old-fashioned, B-movie film noir. The big difference is that the perpetrators are teenage girls with … more
A WRINKLE IN TIME* * * (Don)* * * * (Joyce)(Sci-fi family film)Taken from Madeleine L’Engle’s novel and directed by Ava DuVarnay, the supernatural sci-fi “A Wrinkle in Time” … more
The Cloverfield Paradox**½ out of five starsA Netflix original movie, The Cloverfield Paradox is the third entry in producer J.J. Abrams’s loosely-connected Cloverfield series. Whereas … more
THE DEATH OF STALIN * * * (Black comedy) If you like theatre of the absurd, you will enjoy this black comedy about the death of Stalin and the subsequent fight for power by his cabinet. Steve Buscemi is the most recognizable actor, playing Nikita more
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