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  • “I, Tonya” a Story of Love and Hate

    “I, Tonya” a Story of Love and Hate0

    Most everyone who has lived 1980’s through today has either heard of the figure skater Tonya Harding or maybe followed the antics she took to the Olympics in 1994. Or just google Tonya Harding and you’ll get the drift of what happened. But, how many of you know the “truth” according to her book “I,

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  • “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ” a Brilliant Satire

    “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ” a Brilliant Satire0

    A great assembling of actors, excellent control by director Martin McDonagh and a vicious script make Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri a winner. The crime drama, laced with cynical comedy puts the film up there with the movie Fargo and even TV’s “Fargo”. While I may like the film, it does have some racist tones

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  • “The Square” a Bizarre Farce with a Message

    “The Square” a Bizarre Farce with a Message0

    The dark comedy The Square delivers a message not unfamiliar considering today’s upheaval involving the brotherhood of man. In the Ruben Ostlund’s film, that takes place in Sweden, a statement is made to the meaning of  “The Square” an exhibit at a museum. It states simply “The Square is a sanctuary of trust and caring.

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  • “Suburbicon” a Quirky Murder Mystery

    “Suburbicon” a Quirky Murder Mystery0

    What starts out to be a regular 1950’s retro melodrama becomes a mystery crime drama that should set the audience back on their heels with one surprise after another. Although openly predictable, Suburbicon certainly entertains for the full nearly 2 hours. Much like a 2 hour episode of Fargo, the bungling characters add some dark

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  • “Get Out” a Disturbing Fright Film

    “Get Out” a Disturbing Fright Film0

      Disturbing and provocative the movie Get Out turns up the volume on suspense and terror. One of the better scary films in a long time, the movie challenges you from the very start as to the motives of a family gathering with a “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” impression that turns sour. If you

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  • Wolf, Rings the Bell

    Wolf, Rings the Bell0

      One of the toughest things to do in film making is to take a true story or biography and make it into a comedy.  Called The Wolf of Wall Street, it’s a factual tale that takes you into the underbelly of a corrupt stock broker who swindles huge amounts of money from many investors

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