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Anniversary Milestone -or- Tombstone (Film Review: “45 Years”)

In the days leading up to their 45th wedding anniversary, an elderly couple receives disturbing news from the past. Will new revelations on an old tragedy threaten to erode their future together? Continue Reading →


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Smart & The City (Film Review: “Carrie Pilby”)

A family-friendly charmer about a young genius living in New York City who learns that brains alone can’t solve the puzzling equation called Life. Continue Reading →


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Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (Film Review: “The Climb”)

A surprisingly moving comic adventure, based on a true story, about the heights one man will climb in the name of True Love. A breathless and joyful journey that takes us from a housing project on the outskirts of Paris to the summit of Mt. Everest. Continue Reading →


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It Must Have Felt Like Flying (Documentary Review: “9/11: The Falling Man”)

A powerful, sobering documentary on the images of 9/11 that proved too disturbing for Americans to witness after their release the next day, which from then on have been largely withheld from public view. 9/11: The Falling Man is an historical must-see. Continue Reading →


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Father, I Confess (Film Review: “The Good Catholic”)

A sincere and modest film about an earnest young priest whose rigid servitude to the life of the cloth is challenged when a headstrong woman shows up in his confessional. Continue Reading →


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From the Fire Into the Frying Pan (Film Review: “Burnt”)

Burnt may not be the last word on the ‘Bad Boy’ chef trope, but it’s still an entertaining potboiler of one man’s journey to self. . . plus it’s always fun to watch Bradley Cooper, especially when he’s dicing, slicing and yelling in both English and French. Continue Reading →


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These Neighbors Are Idiots! (Film Review: “A Man Called Ove”)

Sometimes no matter how many times you try to end it all, your neighbors just keep interrupting. This little gem from Sweden reminds us that no man is an island. And also that Saabs are better than Volvos. Continue Reading →