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December 15, 2018

I take advice from other critics and people about certain movies, and my sister recommended I check out a Netflix comedy called “Dumplin’.” She thought Jennifer Aniston was hilarious, and so, I decided to check it out. It actually has its heart in the right place about overweight people and how they want to prove… Read More ›

The Mule

I’ve been asked about Clint Eastwood’s activeness-whether he’s calling it quits or not. I thought he was through with acting when he starred in “Trouble with the Curve” back in 2012. But I was wrong when he directed himself in “The Mule,” which is inspired by a true story about a WWII vet named Leo… Read More ›

Ben is Back

I’ve read from another film critic about “Ben is Back” being in the same vein as “Beautiful Boy.” Both these movies are about young druggies and their struggles to recover. “Ben is Back” isn’t about drugs; it’s about consequences and guilt. Writer/director Peter Hedges brings the right actors to ease their emotions and keep us… Read More ›

Mary Queen of Scots

I’m not sure how accurate “Mary Queen of Scots” is, based on the characters, race, and narrative. Did Mary Stuart have an African American ambassador? Did Queen Elizabeth have an Asian Lady in Waiting? First-time director Josie Rourke believes in diversity, and refuses to cast an all-white cast. I’ve heard various stories about Mary Stuart,… Read More ›


One of the most talked about movies of the season has to be “Roma,” the latest masterpiece from director Alfonso Cuaron (“Children of Men,” “Gravity”), who shows us the harsh realities of Mexico City during the 1970s. But really he shows us one woman’s point of view-the issues she deals with and the people she… Read More ›

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