First Glance: “In the Heights”

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Following the enormous success of “Hamilton” what better time for Warner Brothers to release “In the Heights”. This musical drama is an adaptation of a Tony-winning stage play by Quiara Alegría Hudes and “Hamilton” mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda. Jon M. Chu of “Crazy Rich Asians” fame directs the film from a screenplay written by Hudes with […]

First Glance: “In the Heights”
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SXSW 2021: “The Lost Sons”

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⭐⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 4 out of 5. There is no bigger moment than the birth of a child. The newborn brought to life should be cherished and celebrated. It seems nothing could stop life from being happily ever after, except for one event, the worst nightmare of any parent – the kidnapping of the child. It’s […]

SXSW 2021: “The Lost Sons”
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SXSW 2021: “Ma Belle, My Beauty”

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⭐⭐⭐ Rating: 3 out of 5. We always need someone who can encourage us to do things like write, sing, or study. Anything that can help us improve and get better. Or just uplift our mood so we can focus on the positive side of our life and be happier. Written and directed by Marion […]

SXSW 2021: “Ma Belle, My Beauty”
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Series Review: Return to “detectorists”

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I stumbled into “detectorists” when it hit Netflix some years back. But the streaming service had just the first two seasons of it, and while I binged it and absolutely adored it, I never got around to writing about it. Coming back to the series, after a third season of it brought things to a […]

Series Review: Return to “detectorists”
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Your 30th Florida Film Festival Lineup

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An Orlando-made dramedy that takes us back to the Hurricane Charley hit starring John Amos is the opening night premiere. That’s the trailer to “Because of Charley” above. Karen Allen and Isabella Rosellini will appear, via Zoom, for A & As after “Starman” and “Blue Velvet,” respectively. The 2021 edition of the Florida Film Festival […]

Your 30th Florida Film Festival Lineup
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Movie Review: “In the Earth”

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Gruesome violence and grisly backwoods “surgery,” blood and stitches and axes and arrows, sharp stone shards left as booby-traps for the unwary dominate “In the Earth.” Kind of what you’d expect from a thriller built around mycorrhizal research deep in the forests of Britain, eh? The pandemic picture from the director of “Free Fire,” “High […]

Movie Review: In a Pandemic, Maybe Nature Won’t Share what’s “In the Earth”
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Soderbergh: Let Them All Talk (2020)

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Steven Soderbergh’s latest film may not have been shot on an iPhone, but it cut down production fuss in other ways. Over three-quarters of the screenplay was shot on the Queen Mary 2, in a crossing from New York to London, and the cast almost entirely improvised their lines, taking their cues from a rough […]

Soderbergh: Let Them All Talk (2020)
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