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Dec 12 2019

Richard Jewell (2019) – Movie Review

“I am currently 40 minutes into RICHARD JEWELL, and I don’t know if I can review it for several reasons. The biggest, of course, being today’s political climate. Without having read spoilers or reviews and from what I’ve seen so far, I’m guessing Eastwood goes hard against the FBI and the media, two targets of […]
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Dec 19 2016

Review: “Sully”

We were all agape at “The Miracle on the Hudson”, when an Airbus A320 landed in the water with not a single casualty among its 155 passengers and crew. A bird strike at 2,000 feet caused dual engine failure and subsequent ditch, at the lowest altitude in history no less. It was a frigid day […]
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Sep 8 2016

Sully

Exquisitely acted, masterfully edited, beautifully scored, and strikingly shot, Sully is Clint Eastwood’s best directorial effort since Unforgiven. Given the subject matter – the emergency water landing in the Hudson River executed by Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and First Officer Jeffery Skiles in January 2009 – it could have easily turned out as a “rubbernecking movie,” where […]
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Jan 19 2015

American Sniper

A film that gives an unflinching depiction of war but is lean on the domestic affairs of its central character, director Clint Eastwood’s powerful but patchy “American Sniper” tells the story of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), the most lethal sniper in U.S. history. A Texas rodeo cowboy whose sense of patriotism compels him to head to […]
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