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Richard Jewell | Movie Review

On some level, I think we all want to be like Clint Eastwood. For many people, that...

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood | Movie Review

You simply don’t mess with Mr. Rogers. To many of us, he symbolizes sacred ground; a person who...

Frozen II | Movie Review

I am, for the most part, skeptical of sequels, especially those of blockbuster kid movies.  In my...

Abominable | Movie Review

Kiddos are anticipating the opening of “Abominable”tomorrow, and why not?  The trailers are good and it looks...

Knives Out | Movie Review

Before making the subversive “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” Rian Johnson specialized in taking genres that were...

Marriage Story | Movie Review

“Marriage Story” opens with one of the most romantic scenes in recent movie memory, as spouses Charlie (Adam...

The Irishman | Movie Review

With all the conversations surrounding it on topics like Computer-Generated Imagery de-aging, Martin Scorsese’s comments about Marvel movies...

Top 10 films of 2019

After getting off to a bit of a rocky start, 2019 turned out to be a pretty good year for movies.

Movie Review: Ford v Ferrari

After the success of the summer’s “buddy” picture Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, we have another such offering with Ford v...

Little Women | Movie Review

With an opening on Christmas Day, “Little Women” is likely to be a gift to many. To families,...

1917 | Movie Review

Sam Mendes has achieved something many filmmakers hope for, yet rarely achieve: he has made a movie...

‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ | Movie Review

"Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children" Being the bibliophile I am, I picked up Ransom Rigg’s "Miss Pergrine’s Home for Peculiar Children" because the cover...
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