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Daily Archives: May 26, 2021
“The Great War of Archimedes” is World War II history with a twist — several twists. It’s about mathematics, an “Imitation Game” and “Fat Man and Little Boy” tale of a lone genius whose calculations, estimating the “real” cost of … Continue reading
“Ahead of the Curve” tells us the story of Frances “Franco” Stevens and her founding of the glossy magazine “Curve,” which started life as “Denueve” in 1991. A slick, sexy, hip and politically assertive magazine of the “Cosmo/Vanity Fair/GQ” school, … Continue reading
Today’s “Around the world with Netflix” adventure is a half-amusing, somewhat brash and certainly chatty, loud and in-your-face Brazilian con-man comedy. “Get the Grift” or “Os Salafrários” is sprinkled with lively moments that translate across cultures, characters and a plot … Continue reading
The “Maleficent” inspired “Cruella” begins with a murder and settles, eventually, into a tale of revenge. Starring two Oscar winners, each dazzlingly on her game and laboring to make a fun night out of this back-engineered take on how Cruella … Continue reading