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The Feminist Con Erotic (Film Review: “The Handmaiden”)

A stylistic, sexually charged con story turned feminist revenge thriller set in 1930’s Japan-occupied Korea. A brutal love story that grips you from beginning to end and never lets go.   SnapShot Plot The Handmaiden … Continue Reading →


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A Boy And His . . . Cat (Film Review: “A Street Cat Named Bob”)

An inspiring, fact-based story of two stray souls who save each other at the tail end of their 9th lives. Purring with heart, this film will convert even the most fervent dog people out there. Continue Reading →


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The Folk Singer Spy (Series Review: “Patriot”)

Can an exhausted Intelligence agent suffering from PTSD, with a penchant for penning confessional song lyrics containing classified top secret info, stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons? There’s a song here somewhere. Continue Reading →


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Swimming into Legend (Film Review: Whale Rider)

A classic Family Film rich in history & natural beauty, and brimming with meaning, Whale Rider is a feminist parable that shines a modern light on a thousand year-old legend. Continue Reading →


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Love+Time-Distance = Hate (Stand-up Review: Louis C.K. 2017)

Louis C.K.’s new comedy special is like being an unwitting particle caught up in a supercollider of disparate and inappropriate thoughts that bang up against each other but somehow fuse into a pure, unapologetic, comedic energy. Warning: Not for the politically correct. Continue Reading →


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Blood Brothers (Film Review: “What We Do in the Shadows”)

New Zealand’s mashup of Big Brother-Meets-Dark Shadows-Meets-Twilight. A genre teasing vampire movie that is one bloody good time. Continue Reading →


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In Search of Holden Caulfield (Film Review: “Coming Through the Rye”)

The true story of the high school boy who knocked on J.D. Salinger’s door in 1969 after running away from boarding school. Meeting his literary hero was only part of the journey. Continue Reading →