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Daily Archives: October 26, 2020
Movie Review: “The True Adventures of Wolfboy”
“The True Adventures of Wolfboy” is “Teen Wolf” with some edge, a wistful fable that tends towards the melancholy. It’s not about THE wolfman of myth. There are no farmers with torches and pitchforks, no midnight howling at the full … Continue reading
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Movie Review: Nazis, stolen art and the man who sold “The Last Vermeer”
It plays like a fable, but the bulk of this bizarre story of World War II, Nazi art thefts and those who helped with the stealing is true. You can’t make this stuff up. Or in this case, you don’t … Continue reading
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