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Daily Archives: June 27, 2021
Documentary Review: Vatican City priests and seminarians compete on the soccer pitch in “The Holy Game”
“The Holy Game” sets out to give the Catholic Church a little image burnishing by showing how its stages a civil, sportsmanlike soccer matches among the various seminaries and schools of Rome, in and around Vatican City. It’s called The … Continue reading
Netflixable? An Indonesian lad looking for Mom in New York — “Ali & Ratu Ratu Queens” (or “Ali & the Queens”)
Here’s a light Indonesian dramedy about a teen who comes to New York to find the Mom who left him back in Jakarta over a dozen years before. Yes, it’s a “fish out of water” comedy, after a fashion. And … Continue reading
A little quickie exploitation flick — timely, starring Taryn Manning, Cory Hardrict and Jasmine Burkeand and set for…BET?
Don’t Fear the Reaper, chillun.