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If These Walls Could Talk (Film Review: “Blind Date”)

An entertaining amuse bouche of a comedy about opposites attracting, sight unseen. And about ‘good walls making good neighbors’ . . . sort of. Continue Reading →


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Vengeance is Blind (Film Review: “In Darkness”)

A blind pianist living alone in London is swept up in an international murder plot when she becomes the sole witness to her neighbor’s mysterious death. Was it suicide or was she pushed off her balcony? Continue Reading →


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Follow The Money (Film Review: “The Resistance Banker”)

A suspenseful, true-story nail-biter about the shadow bank that financed the Dutch Resistance operation and beyond, during WWII. The Resistance Banker is a history lesson for all generations. Continue Reading →


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Stay Human! (Film Review: “Cargo”)

From Fargo to Cargo, Martin Freeman injects an element of Humanity into all his roles, most notably in this heartbreaking portrait of a father stranded in the Australian Outback trying to protect his infant daughter from a Zombie Apocalypse. Continue Reading →


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Summer of Love (Film Review: “Holy Camp!”)

A Christian Spanish summer camp for girls – run by nuns – is the setting for a divinely irreverent coming-of-age musical that is like nothing you’ve ever seen before, set to the music of Whitney … Continue Reading →


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No Mourning Period for Murder (Film Review: “Crooked House”)

An eccentric yet strangely enthralling entry in the ‘Mansion Murder’ genre (co-written by the creator of Downton Abbey), Crooked House is a twisty adaptation of the 1949 Agatha Christie novel that was a personal favorite of the Queen of Crime herself. Continue Reading →


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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 →