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Daily Archives: May 31, 2021
Netflixable? “And Tomorrow the Entire World” takes us into anti-fascism, and what they’re fighting against
Bulky, tattooed goons beat up “foreigners” and show up at protests, snapping cell-phone photos, sneering, intimidating, just hoping to start a riot. And the protesters have reason to wonder if the sometimes-passive cops aren’t on the thugs’ side. Chanting “We … Continue reading
Cape Canaveral National Cemetery at dawn.
This version of the true story of Sir James Brooke, who explored Borneo and then set up his own kingdom there, stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Dominic Monaghan and opens June 21. https://youtu.be/ycgW26bzjq0