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Daily Archives: March 5, 2019
Preview: “Hail Satan?” hits those who would impose religion on politics where they live — right in the pitchfork
Oh, I am DYING to see this one. Probably need to get around to repenting before I do, come to think of it. “Hail Satan?” opens in limited release April 19.
Documentary Review: “Time for Ilhan” gets past the controversy revealing Islamic Congresswoman’s Life story and values
This might seem an odd moment to be releasing a documentary about the meteoric rise of freshwoman U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar from Minnesota’s Fifth Congressional District. Forget the fact that the almost-worshipful “Time for Ilhan” was directed by Norah Shapiro. … Continue reading
Funny thing about that Cockney bloke, Maurice Micklewhite, aka Michael Caine. The raconteur you’ve seen on TV chat shows for half a century is pretty much the fellow you get on the printed page. He’s a polished storyteller, great with … Continue reading
Liberated and liberating, “Captain Marvel” swoops onto the screen with baggage, expectations and a comic book bragging rights agenda. It plays like an extension of that age old “Anything you can do, I can do better” Marvel/DC publishing grudge … Continue reading