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May 9 2019

The Hustle (2019) – Movie Review

God, I’m a sucker for caper movies. From Charade to the last four Fast and Furious spectacles, there’s something devilishly delightful about hoodwinking and double-dealing. Maybe it’s because I saw the Marlon Brando and David Niven-starring Bedtime Story as a kid; however, I never saw its remake, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Thus, The Hustle – a […]
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Jun 6 2018

Ocean’s Eight

Reviewing Ocean’s Eight is a conundrum. Are we supposed to judge if it stands alongside Steven Soderbergh’s 2001-2007 trilogy which provides this film’s basis, or are we to take it as a different animal entirely? The tone which director Gary Ross wants to strike makes a case for the former, but the barely exciting, straightforward […]
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May 27 2016

Alice Through The Looking Glass

The night before my six-year-old daughter Moira and I went to the screening of Alice Through the Looking Glass, we caught up on Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland from 2010, which was Moira’s birth year. Dark, torpid, and almost entirely unnecessary, Alice in Wonderland was one of those movies which focused more on the computer […]
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Sep 24 2015

The Intern

There are a multitude of reasons why The Intern is irresistible and delightful. Yet, since we are in writer/director Nancy Meyers’ world, there are a few reasons why it could be seen as elitist and exclusionary. I’m at war with my own opinion of this movie because I walked out at film’s end gushing about […]
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Nov 4 2014

“Interstellar” – Mike’s review

A lot like his 2010 film “Inception”, Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” deals in multiple layers of time and space. In the not-too-distant future, Earth is close to running out of natural resources; corn is the last remnant of agriculture, and massive dust storms occur on a regular basis. After a gravitational anomaly leads him to a […]
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Nov 4 2014

Interstellar

Please note: this review originally gave Interstellar three stars in 2014. The intervening years have provided a different perspective worth a rating change in 2019. ***** “What’s the most resilient parasite? A bacteria? A virus? An intestinal worm?” “What Mr. Cobb is trying to say—“ “An idea. Resilient, highly contagious. Once an idea’s taken hold […]
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