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Daily Archives: May 30, 2021
Movie Review: Niamh Algar is a Thatcherite “Censor” with “video nasties” issues
“Censor” is a horror satire about one of those intrepid, iron-stomached bureaucrats of the British Board of Film Classification, a woman who brings a zeal “to protect people” to her job in Margaret Thatcher’s Britain. It’s the mid-80s, and the … Continue reading
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Movie Preview: “Infinite” with Wahlberg and Ejiofor goes straight to Paramount+
An Antoine Fuqua take on an action tale with sci Fi underpinnings. June 10 on Paramount +.
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