This week on End Credits, we’ve got an appetite. Under the themes of food and desire, we will review a movie that checks both of those boxes in the new film Fresh, which is is now streaming on Disney+. Before that, we will pay tribute a Hollywood actor whose decided to take his final bow and retire even though is production output has never been higher.
This Wednesday, April 6, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Candice Lepage will discuss:
Bruce Alrighty. Last week’s announcement that Bruce Willis is retiring from acting after being diagnosed with aphasia hit movie fans hard, and despite his recent slate of small roles in low-budget action pics, the news conjured a lot of fond remembrances of Willis’ Hollywood career. We will share some of those memories this week. From ghost stories, to heist films, to several jaunts into the future, we will look back at Bruce Willis, the actor.
REVIEW: Fresh (2022). Dating in the 21st century is difficult enough; it’s hard to know who to trust, but do every worry that the guy you met at the grocery store is grooming you… to be his next meal? Fresh is a horror film, but it’s also a romantic-comedy. Starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Sebastian Stan, Fresh plays with assumptions and doesn’t fit comfortably in any one genre. It does however fit comfortably somewhere between Get Out and Promising Young Woman, but it’s got a kick that’s all it’s own. So how delicious is Fresh anyway?
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.