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Highlander - There Can Only be One!

This is a movie that will live on forever, in an era where we had a deluge of crazy 80’s action films (most quite enjoyable) – this story of a kilt wearing immortal was (literally) a cut above.  467 more words

When You Pahk Yer Cahr at the Bahttom of a Pahnd - Chappaquiddick

As Apollo 11 was heading towards history on the Moon, there was a terrible tragedy on the island of Chappaquiddick, in which Senator Ted Kennedy flipped his car off a small bridge with no railing, and into a pond. 1,350 more words

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'Chappaquiddick' Movie Review

Based on true accounts of when Senator Kennedy drove his car over a bridge and the passenger, a secretary who worked for his brothers, drowned.  The movie definitely made me aware of a story I was only a little aware of, I have to do some online reading on the facts. 43 more words

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Chappaquiddick (2018) Movie Review

The main conversation surrounding Chappaquiddick, the drama from John Curran detailing the events following the drunk driving accident perpetrated by Ted Kennedy that cost Robert Kennedy campaign worker Mary Jo Kopechne her life, is a political one. 561 more words

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Full Review: CHAPPAQUIDDICK (USA 2017) ***

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Depicting Ted Kennedy’s involvement in the fatal 1969 car accident that claims the life of a young campaign strategist, Mary Jo Kopechne. 522 more words

Review: Chappaquiddick

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In the riveting suspense drama, CHAPPAQUIDDICK, the scandal and mysterious events surrounding the tragic drowning of a young woman, as Ted Kennedy drove his car off the infamous bridge, are revealed in the new movie starring Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne. 574 more words

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HBO Review: Cast a Deadly Spell Is Like Bright But Nearly 30 Years Earlier

Watching HBO’s 1991 Original Film Cast a Deadly Spell, a comedy-fantasy-film noir mashup re-imagining H.P. Lovecraft as a private detective, reminded me of a recent Jason Blum quote about Netflix. 1,349 more words

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