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Review: <I>Flint: Who Can You Trust?</I>
01 Nov, 2021
Review: Flint: Who Can You Trust?

Trust is one of the most sacred factors of reliability. But what happens when governments betray the trust of those who they are sworn to protect? That was the case in Flint, Michigan back in 2014 when city officials switched the water supply from the more expensive Great Lakes to the contaminated F..Read More

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Movie Review: <I>The Capote Tapes</i>
09 Sep, 2021
Movie Review: The Capote Tapes

Truman Capote was one of America’s most iconic writers. He lived in a time when novelists were the center of high society and culture -- and was given an all-access pass to the intimate lifestyle of the rich and famous. Capote also gave us literary classics such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s..Read More

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Movie Review: <I>Respect</I>
15 Aug, 2021
Movie Review: Respect

Jennifer Hudson joins the ranks of Renee Zellweger (Judy) and Andra Day (The United States vs. Billie Holiday) as she pays homage to the Queen of Soul in Tony-Award winning director Liesl Tommy’s feature debut, Respect. Aretha Franklin defined an era in American music. Her hit songs “Re..Read More

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Movie Review: <i>Nine Days</i>
04 Aug, 2021
Movie Review: Nine Days

What is a soul? Where do we go when we die? What is our purpose? These deep questions are addressed in Japanese Brazilian filmmaker Edson Oda’s feature debut, Nine Days.   Oda uses an innovative staging to tell the story of Will (Winston Duke) who is in charge of interviewing unborn sou..Read More

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Movie Review: <i>Moby Doc</i>
26 May, 2021
Movie Review: Moby Doc

Biopics about musicians are always a treat for audiences, but they are all pretty much the same. Leave it to Moby to do things his way. Almost 30 years after his first electronic single, “Go,” Moby opens himself up in the most vulnerable of ways by discussing his childhood traumas, asce..Read More

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Movie Review: <I>About Endlessness</i>
29 Apr, 2021
Movie Review: About Endlessness

About Endlessness is a movie which I think will particularly appeal to audiences of art-house films.   A Swedish movie written and directed by Roy Andersson, the film consists of a series of vignettes. A press release describes the movie as a “reflection on human life in all its bea..Read More

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