This week on End Credits, we live vicariously through others by going on a trip to the desert. While we can’t identify with a vacation these days, we can certainly identify with being stuck in one place, so this week’s movie might be the perfect choice for the time. Before that though, we will optimistically look forward to the future, and movies we might like to see later this year.
This Wednesday, January 13, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Tim Phillips will discuss:
Coming Soon in 2021 (Hopefully). So the best laid plans for movie releases was seriously upset in 2020, and you know what they say about the best laid plans. Acknowledging that COVID-19 could still throw a lot of the calendar out the window as the case count continues to grow, we will spend the first part of this week looking ahead through the next 12 months and what movies tickle our interest.
REVIEW: Palm Springs (2020). If you feel like you’re stuck living the same day over and over again, then this is the movie for you! In Palm Springs though Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti are stuck in a literal time loop, re-living the same day at a destination wedding over and over again to the point of insanity, and perhaps the discovery of true love. Reliving the same day over-and-over-again is a pretty well-worn concept in cinema, so does Palm Springs bring anything new (or funny) to the table?
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