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Movie Review – King Richard

The only knock on this movie is that we know how it ends. If this were fiction, there would be drama. But there’s also the enjoyment of knowing that this is a true story. This family does overcome the obstacles in their path. That’s far better than any dramatic fiction they could have provided. The […]

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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Movie Review – The Courier

Whenever I do Peetimes my husband requests I call and let him know I’ve made it home safely. (He’s a truck driver out on the road.) I started my call with, “You better thank Oleg Penkovsky for even being alive.” He didn’t know what I was talking about. Of course neither did I, two hours […]

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 […]

Indie Documentary Review – Clapboard Jungle: Surviving the Independent Film Business

I’m assuming that, like me, you’ve seen more than your fair share of films. And, yes, I know that when you start assuming you make an ass of you and ming… or something like that. I find that there are times when a film may be less than fully captivating and your concentration might start […]

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Indie Documentary Review – Sacred Cow: The Nutritional, Environmental and Ethical Case for Better Meat

Sacred Cow or Sacred Cow: The Nutritional, Environmental and Ethical Case for Better Meat, to give it its Sunday name, is a documentary about meat. Eating it, preparing it, cooking it, raising it  — from semen collection to serving up… almost. Perhaps not so much of the semen end of the process; that was a different time […]

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All the Bands and Albums featured in Vinyl Generation

The new documentary Vinyl Generation features a ton of bands and record albums, including many Czechoslovakian rock bands.  Didn’t get a glimpse of that one album when it flashed on the screen?  Trying to figure out what that song was you liked?  I’ve got you covered. Below is a list of every band, song, and […]

Indie Movie Review: HAM – A Musical Memoir

If you’re like me, you’ve missed live theater during the pandemic.  You watched Hamilton and you’re looking forward to Netflix’s adaptation of The Prom.  May I suggest a one-man show that may not be on your radar yet?  It’s called HAM: A Musical Memoir and it’s playing in virtual theaters now.  Starting January 7, it […]

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