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Daily Archives: January 14, 2016
Oscar nominations — Is there a surprise in the lot?
As we all try to process the awful news that Alan Rickman has died the same week as his contemporary, David Bowie, the Oscar nominations are out. And here’s what the Academy proved. They let the Golden Globe voters basically … Continue reading
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Movie Review — “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi”
Action auteur Michael Bay handles the Battle of Benghazi like the political hot potato it is, turning this tale of the attacks on US facilities there and the death of a U.S. ambassador into a reasonably balanced, action-packed and fact-based … Continue reading
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