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Vanilla Ice in Cool as Ice

“Cool as Ice” Podcast Movie Review

Cool as Ice (1991; David Kellogg) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 43 “He is devoid of personality, and he’s supposed to be the lead of a movie that people are drawn to.  Why does anybody not find this man repellant?” Put on your Gaultier sunglasses and graffiti-tagged parachute […]

“The Beautician and the Beast” Podcast Movie Review

The Beautician and the Beast (1997; Ken Kwapis) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 42 “Talk to the hand!” Long-suffering Slovitzian factory worker Daniel Barnes and “classy European” Corky McDonnell return to Sac City Brews to record their review of Ken Kwapis’ maliciously PG rom-com The Beautician and the Beast. […]

Mac & Me alien

“Mac and Me” Podcast Movie Review

Mac and Me (1988; Stewart Raffill) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 41 “Hundreds dead and a city on fire as a dance party at McDonald’s spirals out of control.” On this product placement-heavy episode, hosts Daniel Barnes and Corky McDonnell review the horrifying family film Mac and Me.  […]

Kenneth Branagh as William Shakespeare in All is True

“All is True” Movie Review by Daniel Barnes

All is True (2019; Kenneth Branagh) GRADE: C- By Daniel Barnes *Opens on Friday, June 14, at the Tower Theatre in Sacramento. “Flavorless Yet Vainglorious” Vintage shameless Branagh, borderline unwatchable, but also a weirdly perfect cap to a career built on flavorless yet vainglorious Shakespeare adaptations.  It makes perfect […]

Milla Jovovich in Ultraviolet

“Ultraviolet” Podcast Movie Review

Ultraviolet (2006; Kurt Wimmer) – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 40 “It’s an assault on your eyes, on your intelligence, on your ears.” Sarcastic hæmophage Daniel Barnes and Vice-podcaster Corky McDonnell use their unique blend of gun-kata criticism to review Kurt Wimmer’s Ultraviolet. The film stars Milla Jovovich as a […]

Juliette Binoche in Non-Fiction

“Non-Fiction” Movie Review by Daniel Barnes

Non-Fiction (2019; Olivier Assayas) GRADE: C+ By Daniel Barnes *Opens Friday, May 31, at the Tower Theatre in Sacramento.  Now playing in San Francisco, Berkeley and San Rafael. “A Cloud of Mid-Life Crises” Ever the lagger, Non-Fiction puts me seven films deep into the oeuvre of French filmmaker Olivier Assayas.  In […]

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