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Spider-Man: No Way Home | Movie Review

It should be a good Christmas for the box office, as “Spider-Man: No Way Home” hits theaters this Friday, Dec. 17. The Marvel film stars...

Being the Ricardos | Movie Review

After growing up with “I Love Lucy” reruns, many of us are anxious to see a good story about everyone’s favorite redhead, everyone’s favorite...

The French Dispatch | Movie Review

In the world of movie reviewers, I try to be someone who fits in. I started doing this because I’m such a movie fan,...

The Eyes of Tammy Faye | Movie Review

Words like campy and cartoonish have been used to describe the lady Tammy Faye, known once as Tammy Faye Bakker and most recently before...

Respect | Movie Review

With legions of fans and a status as the Queen of Soul, the late Aretha Franklin was and is a beloved icon. Fans have eagerly...

Annette | Movie Review

I’m not sure where to begin. "Annette," in theaters today and streaming Aug. 20 on Amazon Prime, is bizarre, dark, amusing (sometimes for the wrong reasons),...

‘Stillwater’ runs deep and tepid | Movie Review

Director Tom McCarthy, best known for his Oscar-winning film “Spotlight,” is also known for directing films that are forthright and intentional. McCarthy’s latest film, “Stillwater,”...

A Quiet Place Part II | Movie Review

I was a bit embarrassed when I realized I had not seen A Quiet Place, the film that silently screamed its way into becoming...

The Father | Movie Review

From the beginning of Florian Zeller’s “The Father,” it is apparent things are not what they seem in the life of Anthony (Anthony Hopkins)....

Top 10 films of 2020

2020 was always going to have a tough task ahead of it... cinematically speaking. I count myself among the many film fans who consider...

Land | Movie Review

From the beginning of director and actress Robin Wright’s “Land,” the audience is offered a series of emotions that are in stark contrast to...

Sound of Metal | Movie Review

In  many movies, inanimate objects, concepts or ideas, and even the weather or landscape can be an extremely important “member” of the cast. In Darius...
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