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Stealing in Plain Sight (Documentary Review: “All the Queen’s Horses”)

The shocking true life crime story that made global headlines: a 20-year embezzlement scheme that rocked small town America and sullied the birthplace of Ronald Reagan. Continue Reading →


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A Lamb Among Wolves (Film Review: “Slow West”)

How far will an innocent lad from Scotland go to claim the young woman who stole his heart? Can true love survive the Wild West and the even wilder bounty hunters who see the boy as bait for a larger prize? Continue Reading →


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Not in Our Town (Series Review: “Broadchurch, Season 1”)

A captivating portrait of a sleepy British town whose close-knit neighbors are devastated when a nice boy from a good family shows up dead, and soon old friends are scrutinized as possible murderers. Continue Reading →


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The Traitor Among Us (Film Review: “Breach”)

A timely, true-life spy thriller from a decade ago about arguably the largest Soviet counter-intelligence breach in U.S. history, whose cost to our country is still being measured today. Continue Reading →


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The Final Escort Home (Film Review: “Last Flag Flying”)

Last Flag Flying is a poignant yet comedic road trip movie that honors the sacrosanct fraternity of brothers-in-arms while castigating a wartime culture that sacrifices so many in the name of Honor. Continue Reading →


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Small Town Crime Noir, In Reverse (Film Review: “Shimmer Lake”)

If you can count backwards from five, you’re sure to enjoy one of the freshest crime thrillers to come out of small town America since Fargo. Continue Reading →


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The Two Amigos (Standup Review: “Steve Martin & Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life”)

Two legends of comedy whose friendship spans over 30 years come together for one night of non-partisan merriment and a walk down memory lane. Steve Martin and Martin Short may have nothing to prove but they still have what it takes. Continue Reading →