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James Bond Movie Review – Casino Royale (2006)

I don’t know for sure, but I’m fairly confident that when the next Bond is announced the collective sphincters at Eon Productions will be decidedly twitchy. They must have been going like a randy spaniel at a Miss Lovely Legs competition when Casino Royale was announced. More realistically, the tension arose thanks to the casting […]

James Bond Rewatch – Goldfinger (1965)

Jill, Rob, and I are reviewing the entire James Bond series in celebration and anticipation of Daniel Craig’s final Bond outing No Time to Die.  When Jill, Rob, and I did a draft to divide up the Bond reviews, this movie was my first choice.  I picked last and was surprised it was still available.  […]

Classic Movie Review – The Milagro Beanfield War

The Milagro Beanfield War is a movie everyone should see to be delighted, laugh a lot, cry a little, and have a two hour cinematic fiesta. It’s chock full of chemistry between almost everyone, in a cast that encompasses an entire town, from children to the elderly. In fact, it’s the elders who steal the […]

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Movie Review – Together Together

Together Together is undoubtedly my new favorite movie of the year. I actually felt rejuvenated and lighter when I walked out of the theater. It was fun, it was serious, it was exactly right. Ed Helms has been a favorite of mine since The Hangover. I thought he was perfect for that role, just like […]

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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 […]

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Sundance Film Festival Movie Review – Marvelous and the Black Hole

What were you like at thirteen?  This film may bring back some of the pain and frustration of your earlier years.  Yet it’s a fun, uplifting watch.  Perhaps this year’s Peanut Butter Falcon. Miya Cech plays Sammy, a teenager living with her father and sister and coping with her mother’s death.  When she’s forced to […]

Indie Movie Review – Luz

How far would you go for love?  How long would you wait for the one you love?  These are questions raised by the new movie Luz.  It’s a love story about two men who initially meet in prison.  They explore their relationship further once they’re both released. Ruben (Ernesto Reyes) is a new prisoner.  His […]

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Movie Rewatch Review – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

My favorite of all the Harry Potter films — and books for that matter — this is just an A+ good time. If you like a quest-type adventure story, Goblet of Fire is a fine addition to the ranks of high fantasy. Unfortunately, I can’t speak for how well this tale holds together if you […]

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Sundance 2021 Festival Movie Review – On the Count of Three

My Favorite Movie at Sundance This was my favorite movie at Sundance this year.  It has a dark premise and comes with a major trigger warning. (Seriously, if you’re thinking of harming yourself please use the crisis text line instead of seeing this film, or even reading the rest of this review).  But I found […]

Movie Review – Raya and the Last Dragon

Where’s the A++ button on this thing?? Raya and the Last Dragon is by far my favorite Disney film ever!! I loved it so much that me and my granddaughter stood up and clapped. There was a standing ovation in our theater. During the credits you’re shown that it took 400 people to make this […]

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