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Daily Archives: November 15, 2017
There’s something about the “new girl” in school that makes us wary. The hair may be dyed blonde with streaks of pink, the shorts cut-off in that timeless teen “bad girl” fashion. But she’s utterly unquestioning when Beaver (Daniel Webber) … Continue reading
Victoria Negri‘s “Gold Star” is a simple you’ve-got-to-come-home-again tale of a daughter forced to leave her life in the Big City to go back and take care of her infirm father. It’s no shock that “Vicki,” the character Negri wrote … Continue reading
You know the bar’s been lowered by a genre, a franchise and a studio’s difficulties in a genre when “Justice League” gets a lot “Well, not BAD for Warner Brothers” reviews. What promises to be a “Wonder Woman” sized blockbuster … Continue reading
If nothing else had happened at the movies this year, 2017 would still go down as that moment when Warner Brothers finally achieved parity — at least in tone and quality — with the Marvel men and women in tights. … Continue reading