Angelyne movie review & film summary (2022)

but who is Angelyne, anyway? The answer, as posited in Peacock’s limited series about the figure, is “whatever Angelyne wants herself to be.” Based on Gary Baum’s articles on Angelyne for The Hollywood Reporter and created by Nancy Oliver (“True Blood,” “Six Feet Under”), “Angelyne” makes merry play of the lines between identity and delusion, […]

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Top 10 Creepiest Crypt TV Monsters, Ranked

Ghosts, ghouls, monsters, and misfits are integral to the horror genre, so when a monster universe came into play in 2015 and was backed by Blumhouse Productions, horror fans had something to be excited about. Crypt TV became a haven for horror-oriented web shorts set in a sort of Marvel Cinematic Universe for things that […]

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Adds 7 Characters, Adjusts Gameplay

WWE 2K22 version 1.12 is out today via a free update and the full patch notes include a ton of exciting improvements. This includes seven playable characters from the MyRise mode including the 2020 version of Alexa Bliss, King forms of Booker T and Baron Corbin, and 2018 Shawn Michaels. Other major changes include several […]

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The Essex Serpent movie review (2022)

There are also extended scenes that follow the aspirations of her servant, friend, and housing advocate Martha (Hayley Squires), who is such a socialist that the show seems to mention the detail every time she’s on-screen. Hiddleston’s vicar too, though the most underdeveloped main figure of the bunch, has his own complicated feelings about Cora, […]

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Doctor Strange 2 Plunges, Firestarter Flames Out

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness took a 67 percent plunge in its sophomore frame and earned $61 million, enough to top the domestic box office for the second straight week. Though, the steep decline ranks up there with Marvel Studios’ worst, namely Spider-Man: No Way Home (-67.5%) and Black Widow (-67.8%). Except, Spidey […]

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Montana Story movie review & film summary (2022)

Modern audiences will become impatient with the quietness and meditative pace, and the writing is probably a little too schematic in certain ways. The familial dysfunction at the heart of the story as well as certain images and plot elements evoke 1960s rural melodramas like “Hud” and “The Last Picture Show,” which were powerful but […]

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