A fantasy-oriented retelling. The second act is fine swashbuckling nonsense, but this version is stuck with lumpen first and third acts which set up unnecessarily complex (and irrelevant) backstory. 15 more words
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It’s a spring afternoon on West Hollywood’s Santa Monica Boulevard and in-between a Russian grocery and a tattoo parlor, things are bustling at “Dr.” Dina Browner’s… 1,197 more words
You step into the dusty shop, the floor boards creak below you, the door chimes ring out with an oddly beautiful and unnerving melody. You step towards the counter and sigh, "I just saw a terrible movie, can you help me..."
And so our journey begins. At the Film Apothecary, we come together to try to rehabilitate, rescue or reconsider some of the films you want to love but you know are so fundamentally flawed its impossible to look past its worst moments. 742 more words
Wherein your hosts watch Guy Ritchie’s “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”, and comment on the number of times the subtitles say clamoring, drool over Charlie Hunnam (because of course they do), discuss the reasons that there isn’t going to be a sequel (even though there should be), and why this film is criminally underrated. 10 more words