This week on End Credits, we’re in the mood for love. For our review this week, we’ve got a New York flavoured rom-com the makes you forget that there’s a pandemic outside and that living in Manhattan is expensive, and it’s called Almost Love. In the first half of the show though we will deal with the harsh realities of living in a pandemic and its effects on pop culture.
This Wednesday, August 12, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Candice Lepage will discuss:
Re-opening News. Are we getting closer to seeing new movies in the multiplex again? Some people think so! Cineplex is opening more theatres across Canada, and while Tenet seems to be finally ready to open at the end of the month, Mulan is going direct to Disney+ for an extra $30 (?). We’ll talk about all the latest movie news, including something called “The Schumacher Cut.”
REVIEW: Almost Love (2020). Remember just hanging out with friends, and the only concern you had was your love life? Of course, no one does. Pre-COVID bliss is explored in Almost Love, an ensemble romantic comedy about two New York couples on the cusp of having to make or affirm their commitments with their respective partners by answering the question: Is this really the person I want to spend the rest of my life with? Hint: There’s a happy ending!
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.