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Movie Review – Spencer

I must start this review by saying I am not an expert on the Royal Family. I’ve kept up with some of the highlights but history-wise, not so much. However, I can remember exactly where I was when I heard about Princess Diana’s death and I watched the wedding as a child. With that being […]

Indie Movie Review – When I’m A Moth

  I was quite looking forward to When I’m A Moth for a number of reasons. Last October I reviewed a film called The Wall Of Mexico — which I enjoyed — and when the preview invite for When I’m A Moth popped up, some of the names rang a bell. Those names were Zachary Cotler and Magdalena […]

Movie Review – The Last Duel

This is a hard movie to watch, but at the same time, it should be watched. That makes it difficult to give it a grade. If I grade it on the enjoyment I’d give it a very low score. But if I grade it with respect for the narrative, the message, and the skill of […]

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Sundance Festival Movie Review – Summer of Soul (…Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson presented his anticipated directorial debut on opening night of the Sundance Film Festival.  The movie documents the Harlem Cultural Festival that took place over six weekends in the summer of 1969.  This was the same summer as Woodstock. The Harlem Cultural Festival featured performances that were just as amazing and significant.  The […]

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What I Saw During the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

I recently got to attend the 2021 Sundance Film Festival online.  It was a wonderful experience.  I got to see an array of unique films. and discover some new favorites.  While I’ll be posting reviews of my favorite films from the festival, it would be impossible to review everything I experienced.  Here, though, is a […]

10 Shows To Watch If You Like Bridgerton

Netflix’s Bridgerton is one of the most popular shows today and the number of people who don’t know about the show is quite small. Bridgerton is a TV series set during the Regency era of Britain’s history and follows the private lives of the British high society. Although the concept is not completely original, this […]

Indie Movie Review – Werewolf (Wilkołak)

I’m ashamed to say that I know very little about Poland. I know nothing about the arts, the culture, the history, or the people. I once knew a woman of Polish descent, but that would be a bit like me saying I’m of German descent… theoretically true, but practically pointless. All I know for sure […]

First View Movie Review – Gosford Park

Ah, yes… a British historical drama set in the early twentieth century created and written by Julian Fellowes. Oh… hang on… that’s Downton Abbey. Gosford Park is, in fact, a British historical drama set in the early twentieth century created and written by Julian Fellowes… bugger.  I’m being whimsical. There are similarities between the two works and for […]

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Indie Documentary Review – Hitchhiking to the Edge of Sanity

hentHitchhiking to the Edge of Sanity is a testament to the insanity of youth. Like the midlife crisis that a lot of people go through there is also a quarter life crisis which kicks in around the late teens/early twenties. For a lot of us that coincides with disappearing off to college, ideally on the other […]

Indie Documentary Review – J.R. ‘Bob’ Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius

First glance at J.R. ‘Bob’ Dobbs and the Church of the SubGenius and I thought I was in for a satirical comedy at the expense of the multifarious religious groups that proliferate in the USA. Then I thought it was going to be a documentary about one of those weird denominations and its congregation. Turns out that J.R. […]

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