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Daily Archives: October 15, 2018
It’s not easy being an icon. We can feel Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad wince as one of her fellow Yazidi introduces her at a Berlin rally as “our only hope.” We see that look again when former International … Continue reading
Preview, Two broken Irish couples, a temptation to cheat, Cillian Murphy stars in “The Delinquent Season”
Eva Birthistle and Catherine Walker are the wives, Andrew Scott is the other husband concerned in all this autumnal cheating. Mark Rowe wrote and directed “The Delinquent Season.” He scripted “Boy A” and the Colin Farrell dramedy “Intermission.” This one earns … Continue reading
A bullied little girl, a dad about to remarry, a passion for sci-fi and naive enough to believe the ads you used to see in the backs of comic books? Those are the ingredients of this “Dove Approved” family comedy. … Continue reading