Korean filmmaker goes goth in beautiful, baffling psychothriller
This hyper-gothic thriller is one ravishing and confusing chimera—as if Terrence Malick had directed an episode of “Dexter” written by Charlotte Brontë. It’s lurid, eerie and stylish as all get-out. And apt to drive mainstream audiences crazy.
KiMo Theatre is pulling out the big guns, giving audiences a six-shooter of cult crime films with its “6 By Tarantino” series.
Barabbas on Reelz
Just in time for the Easter season, Reelz Channel offers up a ham-handed, hammily acted mini-series of mostly dubious Biblical provenance. Given that our tolerance for corny, overproduced, excessively long Biblical epics is at a seasonal high, though, perhaps some of us are in the mood for a little ham.
Dance Film: Cuban Fury at National Hispanic Cultural Center
In this 2014 film a former teen salsa champion, now an out-of-shape office worker, attempts a comeback 22 years later when his passion for dancing is re-ignited by his crush on his attractive new boss. As his old trainer grudgingly puts him through his paces again, he discovers that all is fair in love and salsa. 98 minutes. Rated R. In English.
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