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Daily Archives: June 7, 2017
Movie Review: Cruise & Co. go for laughs, and a few thrills, in “The Mummy”
My favorite moment in “The Mummy” comes when the intrepid, pretty blonde scientist (Annabelle Wallis), over the shock of seeing the supernatural and recognizing the menace posed by the she-monster attacking her and and soldier-of-fortune Nick Morton, urges her knight-in-tarnished-armor … Continue reading
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Movie Review: “Churchill” reveals the human frailties of a Conservative icon
If nothing else, the new bio pic “Churchill” can be appreciated for taking the marble bust that history has made of the man, and Conservatives have worshipped, and knocking it on the floor. This isn’t his “finest hour,” but a … Continue reading
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