Daily Archives: March 24, 2020

Documentary Review: The world changed at “Crip Camp,” and Netflix has the movie that proves it

It was the summer of Woodstock, and just up the Catskills from the revolutionary Bethel (Saugerties) festival of art and music, Jim LeBrecht was encountering people just like himself, in large numbers, for the first time. He was born with … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Girls bond over the boy they shared like a “Banana Split”

    “April Love” roars out of the gate in “Banana Split,” a romance that begins, progresses sexually and socially through two years of high school and comes to a crashing halt — all of that encapsulated in the opening … Continue reading

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Movie Preview: Mickey Rourke sends a lone Centurion for help in “The Legion”

There have been a lot of movies set in this “Fall of Rome/Beginning of the Dark Ages” era in recent years. They’re often about some lonely military outpost, some “lost legion” that is slow to get the word that order … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Eisenberg takes on an iconic role in “Resistance”

The eternally boyish Jesse Eisenberg can almost get away with playing a 16 year-old Jewish Boy Scout helping to rescue orphans during World War II in “Resistance.” Sure, 35 is a tad long in the tooth (he’s 37 now) to … Continue reading

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