Tag Archives: Miranda Otto

Downhill (2020) Review

A BORING AND UNEVEN SLIPPERY SLOPE OF A MOVIE   Hollywood has always been fascinated with remakes; a profitable market of retooling and repurposing older ideas into new ways for a theatrical motion picture, with a new “vision” for modern audiences to enjoy. For the past two decades, the census idealism from “Tinseltown” is that of revisiting these older properties

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I, Frankenstein Review

DEMONS, AND GARGOYLES, AND FRANKENSTEIN’S MONSTER…. OH, MY!!!   It’s alive! It’s Alive” such are the iconic words that everyone automatically thinks of when talking about Frankenstein. Originally published in 1818 and created by Mary Shelley, this fictional tale of a strange scientist named Victor Frankenstein, who creates (through his scientific experiments) a horrifying monster has become a well-known literary

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