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Moon River Over Manhattan (Film Review: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”)

The movie that launched an icon: Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Capturing a time, a place and a sensibility that can never be duplicated. At times silly but the sentiment always did and always will prevail. A triumph. Continue Reading →


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No Travel Ban on Laughter (Standup Comedy Review: “Trevor Noah: Afraid of the Dark”)

Trevor Noah’s new special spans the globe, proving once again there’s no accent he can’t conquer . . . or is it colonize? Continue Reading →


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The New Yorker Redux (Series Review: “The New Yorker Presents”)

Arguably the most clever magazine on the planet makes its debut onto the streaming-sphere as only it could, with a visually beguiling mix of quirky charm and razor-sharp journalism. Continue Reading →


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A Regatta of Heroes

This may be the shortest film I’ll ever review but certainly one of the most important.  Boatlift, An Untold Tale of 9/11 Resilience, clocking in at just under 12 minutes, is one of the most … Continue Reading →