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Movie Review – Respect

Wow! What a movie. It was just as powerful as the amazing voice of Aretha Franklin. I loved it. Anyone and everyone should see this biography of a legend. This is one of the movies that comes out and captures your attention instantly.  By the time the movie was over, I had a list of […]

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Is there anything extra during the end credits of I Am Woman?

No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of I Am Woman. View details and movie information…

New Movie Review – I Am Woman

I Am Woman is a biopic, but not just of Helen Reddy. It is also a biography of the Women’s Movement. We start in 1966 when Helen (Tilda Cobham-Hervey) arrives in New York with her daughter and US$230, after being told she’d won a recording contract. She turns up for her meeting with the oleaginous […]

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Is there anything extra during the end credits of Bill & Ted Face the Music?

Yes, there are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Bill & Ted Face the Music. View details and movie information…

Movie Review – I Still Believe

This movie hit all the notes you would expect given its genre. There’s no doubt that it will be a crowd-pleaser. The actors did a fantastic job of delivering heartfelt and sincere dialog: that was well written. There’s really not much point in saying anything else. Grade: B About The Peetimes: The middle Peetime is […]

Is there anything extra during the end credits of I Still Believe?

No, there are not any extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of I Still Believe. View details and movie information…

Movie Review – Blinded by the Light

Rather than Blinded by the Light being a semi biographical movie about Bruce Springsteen, it was more a movie about race, struggle, bigotry, and cultural survival. But more than that, it was a movie about a father and son who could only hope to bridge the generation gap that threatened to tear the family apart. […]

Movie Review – Rocketman

  I had a hard time with this review. Rocketman is both extraordinary (in costuming, sound, and visual sequences) and by-the-numbers (a creative life plagued by inner demons). Elton John’s musical biopic is a grand fantasy with exciting numbers that feel like a top notch Broadway extravaganza. It’s got great pacing, fun set-pieces, an ideal […]

Movie Review – Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen Will Rock You

Tears — check.  Racing heart — check. Goose pimples — check. Foot stomping good fun — check. A deeper appreciation for a beloved musician and band — double check. I love Queen’s music; always have, but I’ll be honest: I knew nothing about the band members and their story, and I’m glad I didn’t, because it made this […]

We Didn’t Start The Fire – Movie References

Billy Joel made an historical hit in 1989, with pop song We Didn’t Start The Fire. Historical pop songs are a small genre (I can also think of One Week and Big Bang Theory, both by the Bare Naked Ladies), but mighty catchy to listen to, try as you might to catch all the cool […]

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