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 Grandma as Empress!

One of the most original documentaries and fascinating undertaking belongs to a film by siblings Elan and Jonathan Bogarin. 309 more words

Biting Irony

Haberdasheries and Hemoglobins On Youtube

Today, I have decided to laugh.

Okay, maybe its not all sweetness and light, but I find Youtube amusing and interesting, as I carefully curate the things on my dashboard, to minimize bullshit. 1,121 more words


Disney Plus

I basically got Disney Plus for one month at $6.99 to see the filmed on-stage production of “Hamilton”

though I saw the touring company when it was here and wasn’t ‘thrilled’ by it. 169 more words

Me, Myself, and Irene

“Charlie’s like origami, he folds under pressure,” says Hank.

The Farrelly Brothers use a narrator to tell the story of Charlie, a Rhode Island police officer (Jim Carrey) who develops a multiple personality (mentally and physically) after this “nice guy” can’t take anymore “family” stress and disrespect from the community. 352 more words

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Review: The Beach House

Year: 2020
Runtime: 88 Minutes
Director/Writer: Jeffrey A. Brown
Stars: Liana Liberato, Noah Le Gros, Jake Weber, Maryanne Nagel

By Harris Dang

One of my favourite traits in the horror genre is the contained settings in its storytelling. 945 more words

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Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) surprised me

Will Ferrell has had a pretty bad run in recent years. Most of his films are a little dumb, but they often are funny and good popcorn entertainment. 421 more words

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IRON MONKEY 2 (2020) short review

It is not unusual to see four or five-hour long epics being shot in one go and split in two films, but a lean two-hour actioner being split in two barely feature-length films? 272 more words

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