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REVIEW: Parasite

REVIEW: Parasite

Tens of millions of television viewers recently rejoiced at the big screen return of a silver screen favorite. For four years, fans just couldn’t wait to once again walk down that gravel path to Downton Abbey. It’s a classic story of a society in transition and the ways progress affects or stifles characters throughout the different classes. Downton’s following were swept up in the romance of the extravagant traditions of the upstairs family and rooted wholeheartedly as the downstairs characters attempted to climb their way out to various success.

In all honesty, the film installment...

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Heather’s Top Ten Movies of 2019

Heather’s Top Ten Movies of 2019

This year I was drawn to movies that tried new things or told stories I hadn’t seen before. There ended up being multiple autobiographical...

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REVIEW: A Hidden Life

REVIEW: A Hidden Life

There is a lot of flashy, star-studded content about World War II out there. Rightfully so. It was an era when the world stood...

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REVIEW: Jojo Rabbit

REVIEW: Jojo Rabbit

There is nothing funny about the Holocaust or the Hitler Youth or any of our current expressions of white supremacy. And yet, in the...

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REVIEW: The Two Popes

REVIEW: The Two Popes

Comedian John Mulaney hosted Saturday Night Live earlier this year and joked about the idea of his Jewish wife converting to Catholicism, “How would...

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REVIEW: Joker (Should We Sympathize With Evil?)

REVIEW: Joker (Should We Sympathize With Evil?)

It’s been out for two weeks, and Joker has already sparked a season’s worth of controversy. It won the highest prize at the Venice...

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REVIEW: The Great Alaskan Race

REVIEW: The Great Alaskan Race

When my wife and I were living in the Northeast, we adopted a saying that applied to meetings and other engagements we often had...

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CLASSIC REVIEW: Do The Right Thing

CLASSIC REVIEW: Do The Right Thing

It has been 30 years since the release of Spike Lee’s most iconic film, Do the Right Thing. 30 years have passed since the...

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REVIEW: Skin

REVIEW: Skin

Could you have sympathy for a white supremacist? This feels like one of the main questions the movie Skin, based on the true story...

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REVIEW: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

REVIEW: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

“Do you love San Francisco?”

“I don’t know. I mean I’m here.”

“You don’t get to hate it unless you love it.”

This exchange...

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