Movie Review – Elmer Gantry (1960)

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ELMER GANTRY is one hopping good story of a fast talking appliance salesman from the Bible Belt who, back in the days of the Prohibition and Speak-Easies, cons his way up the steps of success and transforms into a fiery preacher who can agitate...

Crossroads: A Story of Forgiveness – Movie Review

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And I have watched thousands of movies. I am known to view favorite movies dozens of times or more. I can't even count how many times I've seen Princess Bride , or Cary Grant and Irene Dunne's My Favorite Wife ... but I digress...

Movie Review of Maria Full of Grace by Joshua Marston

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When we refer to the term 'drug mule' it denotes a person who transports illegal drugs to other countries without trying to get caught by authorities. It is truly a dangerous business as the illicit substance is placed inside the stomach of the 'mule'...

Billy Madison (Movie Review)

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One of Adam Sandler's best movies, Billy Madison is the absolutely hilarious film that sparked Sandler's long reign as a romantic comedy box office draw. Exhibiting a sharp wit, combined with a touch of sensitivity for the fairer sex, the former Saturday Night Live standout...

Yellow Submarine Movie Review – Starring The Beatles

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"Yellow Submarine" is a psychedelic adventure in animation from the late '60s featuring many songs by the Beatles. The music and animation are both terrific. However, I think the film is a bit scary for young children. The movie begins in Pepperland, a very peaceful and...

Movie Review – "The Big Lonely" – Surviving in Isolation

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"The Big Lonely" is a captivating film telling the story of Michael Nelms, a persecuted man beaten down by an uncaring bureaucracy and left penniless to live on the streets. Having been a successful car dealer, a real estate broker and the victim of...

Movie Review – Out of Bounds (1986)

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The teen flick is the black hole of Hollywood. It swallows up rising actors and directors alike. It entices the young and the old past its inescapable event horizon, forever hungering after fresh blood. The body count is staggering. Consider Francis Ford Coppola. After masterminding...

Les Miserables Movie Review

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Although the movie Les Miserables was released way back in 2012, most of us were able to relate to Eponine's character which became a martyr when it comes to her love for Marius. The story took place in France, mostly in the city of...

Interstellar – Movie Review

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What if, in a future time not too remote, the Earth's resources were about to finish? In a world like this, existence becomes an everyday fight and humanity would give up on their explorer's role in order to become just caretakers. No more engineers...

‘Year One’ Movie Review

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Let's face it; a Jack Black film is hardly going to be unpredictable. One can imagine the pitch: loveable overweight loser (Black) falls for unobtainable girl, but (and here's the twist boys and girls). How about this time we make him a caveman (how apt)...

Movie Review: Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut

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Nightbreed is a 1990 American dark fantasy horror film written and directed by Clive Barker. It features: David Cronenberg, Dough Bradley, Anne Bobby, Craig Sheffer, Hugh Quarshie and Charles Haid. The story follows Aaron Boone (Craig Sheffer) who dreams of Midian, a place of monsters....

Dementia 13 (1963) Movie Review

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Dementia 13 begins with Louise Haloran (Luana Anders) throwing her husband's body overboard after his heart attack while out on a lake in a rowboat. She lies about the incident in order to claim his will. Louise types up a letter to Lady Haloran (Eithne...

"Unplanned" Movie Review

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I'm glad Abby's story was told. I wouldn't take pre-teen children to see it but I would take 16 to 18 year-old boys and girls to see it after discussing it with them first and afterward. It is graphic but does tell the reality...

"A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" Movie Review

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Yesterday, I went to watch the movie, "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." I had been anticipating it all year because I grew up watching Mr. Rogers. Surprisingly, it was not a movie for children but rather a peer full inspiration for adults about...

EMMA – Review – In Cinemas Friday

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In 1800s England, a well meaning but selfish young woman meddles in the love lives of her friends. Director: Autumn de Wilde Writers: Eleanor Catton (screenplay by), Jane Austen (based on the novel by) Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Tanya Reynolds, Josh O'Connor

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