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From Suburbia to Stardom (Documentary Review: “Jerry Before Seinfeld”)

Jerry Seinfeld performs at the very spot that put him on the map as a struggling young comic in the late 70s. A nostalgic look back at his early life and career in the New York City of the times, in all her gritty glory. Continue Reading →


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It’s Not Easy Being Clean (Series Review: “Ozark”)

When a Midwestern financial planner uproots his family for Missouri’s Ozark Mountains to launder millions of dollars for a violent Mexican drug lord, he’s shocked to discover the world he’s entered makes Chicago’s mean streets look like Disney Land. This is Ozark. Continue Reading →


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The Fire Within (Documentary Review: “Into the Inferno”)

The transformative power of volcanoes throughout the course of human history, wielding destruction and commanding worship across cultures and religions, as only Werner Herzog can ignite. Continue Reading →


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Stepson from Hell (Film Review: “Little Evil”)

What to do when you marry the woman of your dreams only to discover that her adorable young son is, in fact, the Antichrist? Comedy and Horror meet in Little Evil, a hilarious take on the Blended Family. Continue Reading →


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Going Back to Graceland (Documentary Review: “Under African Skies”)

An exhilarating look back at the global musical sensation that both bridged and stirred racial and political divides, putting South Africa’s apartheid revolution squarely on the map for all the world to see. Continue Reading →


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Sweetheart of the Rodeo (Film Review: “Cowgirls & Angels”)

A family favorite sure to become an instant classic, about a plucky girl who joins the rodeo in hopes of finding the father she never knew. Oh and there’s fancy all-girl trick riding too! Continue Reading →


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There’s No Place Like Home (Film Review: “American Fable”)

A wondrous tale of disillusioned family loyalty, heartbreaking betrayal and coming of age in an Americana that may be more fairy tale than reality. Continue Reading →