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September 27, 2018

Underneath some of the typical animated movie cliches is a good-natured and flexible cartoon with such fun voices and an honest story. “Smallfoot” is released by the Warner Animation Group, best known for “The LEGO Movie,” and while it’s not up to that level, it’s animation makes the characters look fun. Channing Tatum voices Migo,… Read More ›

The Sound of Music

It’s not often these days we get musicals so honest, patient, or robust; but when we travel back in time a bit, we manage to find those that represent those words. “The Sound of Music” has it all-comedy, drama, romance, suspense, and most importantly of all-music. This wonderful movie for all ages is adapted from… Read More ›

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

Literally, it has been 8 years since the “Mamma Mia!” Broadway play has hit the big screen, and seeing it was fun at the time. Now, we have another film that splices the sequel-prequel genre. We see the events that follow, and the events that started it. Sure, it’s a little silly at times, but on… Read More ›

The Greatest Showman

I wouldn’t exactly call “The Greatest Showman” a landmark musical in the tradition of “Singin’ in the Rain,” “The Sound of Music,” or “La La Land,” but it is solid holiday entertainment. It’s a musical about how Phineas Taylor Barnum, better known as P.T. Barnum, started the famous circus Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey… Read More ›

White Christmas

“I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas.” Remember that classic from Bing Crosby? I’ve finally found the opportunity to watch his 1954 holiday classic “White Christmas,” and it is unbelievably amazing. It’s a masterpiece in cinematic history with such great songs by Irving Berlin and wonderful performances. Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye play Bob Wallace and… Read More ›

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