David Harbour

Dog’s Movie House: “Gran Turismo” Overcomes Cliches To Become A Rousing Racing Film!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at the latest from one of my favorite directors. Neill Blomkamp is finally back after a long hiatus with the thrilling true story Jann Mardenborough (Archie Madekwe), a young adult from England who gets a chance to parley his incredible skills with the Gran Turismo racing game into a real life opportunity to race real cars for Team Nissan. The film is called, predictably, “Gran Turismo,” and it manages through sheer spectacle and some very good performances to elevate a cliche-ridden script into a rousing piece of cinematic entertainment!

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Dog’s Movie House: “We Have A Ghost” Average Spooky Comedy Elevated By David Harbour’s Expressive Performance!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at Netflix’s latest streaming endeavor. It’s called “We Have A Ghost” and it stars Jahi Winston as a kid named Kevin who’s moved into an allegedly haunted house with his family (Anthony Mackie, Erika Ash, and Niles Fitch). He finds out that the stories are true when a ghost named Ernest makes contact with Kevin and the two become friends. Unfortunately Kevin also records Ernest and it gets out on the internet, creating a national sensation that also attracts the attention of a shady government organization! Now Kevin has to protect his family, his new friend, and try to figure out the mystery behind Ernest’s huanting before the goverrnment uses Ernest and his unique abilities for their own nefarious purposes.

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Dog’s Movie House: “Violent Night” Destined To Become A Cult Holiday Classic!”

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at a holiday film that’s anything but jolly. (That’s a good thing, by the way!). It’s called “Violent Night” and it’s going to become an instant cult holiday classic in the vein of “Krampus” and “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” Director Tommy Wirkola and writers Pat Casey and Josh Miller have crafted a Frankenstein’s monster of a film that should be a train wreck but manages to work in just about every possible way. As long as you don’t mind a bit of gore and more than a bit of foul language, then “Violent Night” is going to be right up your alley!

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