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  1. Jun 16, 2022 · The first two stunning episodes are directed by Jon Watts, most known for the Tom Holland Spider-Man movies, and this story takes him back to the more brutal and restrained work like his pre-Marvel film “Cop Car.” Watts can still conjure some uncomfortable violence, with a creeping dread accompanying our uncertainty of how a brutal fight ...

  2. Jun 24, 2022 · The Man from Toronto. Teddy ( Kevin Hart ), the protagonist of Netflix’s “The Man From Toronto,” is an irritating, motormouthed, underachieving idiot. Anyone who can spend more than ten minutes with him deserves a medal for patience. Director Patrick Hughes ’ latest is both 112 minutes, and a hodgepodge of so many other movies that it ...

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  4. Jun 17, 2022 · It’s a shallow set-up for a shallow movie, one that’s all the more transparently manipulative in its sound design, which is dominated by roughly 55 minutes of “crying baby” sounds. Of course, “Abandoned” isn’t a drama about a troubled mother—it’s a horror movie about a house with a dark past. For reasons that don’t make much ...

  5. Jun 03, 2022 · Advertisement. Fair of face and pale of skin, Cristina could be a figure out of a fairy tale, but she’s in a much darker mood than such characters. Frowning and tight-lipped, she’s not happy when her cranky cab driver insists that she sit up front with him. It soon transpires that the driver is the brother of a worker in the convent, and he ...

  6. Jun 24, 2022 · Teddy (), the protagonist of Netflix’s “The Man From Toronto,” is an irritating, motormouthed, underachieving idiot.Anyone who can spend more than ten minutes with him deserves a medal for patience.

  7. Jun 02, 2022 · Using voice-overs (an unusual device in Iranian cinema) by Kazem, the film slices into its protagonist’s layers of guilt, remorse, desire, and aspiration with an almost surgical precision. The result is an unforgettable portrait of a man whose profound frustrations seem to reflect an entire culture’s. One unusual aspect of “Atabai” is ...

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