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Movie Review – Poms (2019)

Poms is a cute little flick if you want something light and fluffy to while away an evening where there’s nothing more interesting on your daily watch docket. I caught this on an airplane seatback recently, and it did the job of keeping me mildly entertained while I sipped my tiny bottle of red. What […]

Movie Rewatch: Austin Powers 3 – Goldmember

Just as it took less than a hundred years to go from the first powered flight to flying being an everyday method of commuting like the bus or a train, I wonder if we’ll ever see the day when time travel goes from being the latest technological miracle to something we use to fix trivial […]

Groundhog Day Themed Movie Short Review – Two Distant Strangers

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-67K-KwHbA] Well, what a GHD fuelled day this has turned out to be! While reading up about Groundhog Day For A Black Man I came across claims that the idea was stolen and turned into Two Distant Strangers. Always being able to find half an hour for a short film — and having a Netflix subscription — […]

Time Loop Movie Short – Groundhog Day For A Black Man

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEMIUy_ySA4] I don’t use YouTube often as the seemingly endless advert interruptions are desperately annoying, but it was the only source I had for 12:01 PM so I was stuck with it. Afterward, I noticed there was another clip available called Groundhog Day For A Black Man, and as it only ran for under […]

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Movie Review – Boss Level (2021’s Groundhog Day Loop film)

As the queen of Groundhog Day (GHD) time loop movies, of course I viewed and reviewed Boss Level. It’s only viewable on Hulu. This is too bad, because in a normal (ie, not CoVid year) this would be a crowd-pleasing blockbuster on the big screen. Seriously, Boss Level is a fantastic actioner that’s more comedic […]

Indie Movie Review – Hit Record

In the world of indie films, the documentary is probably the easiest to make look like a full budget outing; there’s no need for expensive visual effects, top quality acting, or high priced music and sound effects. The audience expects the speaker to be aware and nervous that they’re being filmed, as opposed to the […]

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 […]

First Watch Film Review – Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind

  Is Eternal Sunshine a Groundhog Day Loop film? Let’s explore! Here we go with another film that, for some unknown reason, I’ve never seen and am not sure why. At least this one’s relatively recent; I still haven’t seen Citizen Kane or The Sound Of Music! Could it have been the sub-par cast? Nope! Any film with […]

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Thirst — A New Cult Classic?

The Opening Scene of Thirst NOTE:  The following description is very gross.  Read at your own risk. My niece once got me a bookmark that says, “Don’t judge a book by its movie.”  This, of course, refers to the old adage, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.”  All of which is to say, be […]

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Jill’s Top 10 Movies of 2020

Well, let’s start by saying 2020 sucked, movie-wise. At least in the theatrical releases. With the pandemic keeping us inside, theaters have been (mostly) closed all year — tough for film fanatics like us. The trickle of new wide release films hasn’t provided much in the way of outstanding offerings: I’ve had to fill in […]

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