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Daily Archives: January 7, 2015
Movie Review: “Predestination”
“Predestination” is a clever, quotable twist on that age-old sci-fi trope, “time travel.” This Spiereg Brothers adaptation of a Robert A. Heinlein story touches on love, death and morality as it ventures back and forth with a time traveling Ethan … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “The World Made Straight”
The best indie cinema is regional in nature, films with a strong sense of place. And the further that place is from the over-filmed Southern California or New York, the better. The rural setting of a “Winter’s Bone,” “Ulee’s Gold” … Continue reading
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