Toby Jones

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Jun 29 2023

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny : Movie Review

This review is for Rey, Tessie, Cristina, and Mireya Pasa – my parents and sisters – who had to put up with me whipping a jump rope like a bullwhip around our house and into the tree in our front yard. I love you so much. What an honor it is of my life to […]
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Aug 2 2018

Christopher Robin

We’ve seen the themes of Christopher Robin before in countless films about parents who just don’t have the time – or the soul – to share with their families. They’re breaking their backs at work, tasked with important and impossible things! Who has time for vacations and reading books to their children at bedtime? The […]
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Apr 2 2015

Serena

On the face of it, Serena has all the ingredients of a good film – its lead actors and director are multiple award nominees/winners, it sports a beautiful soundtrack, the cinematography is gorgeous, and the supporting actors fill their roles perfectly. With all this, what could possibly be missing? The story and script. Without those […]
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Dec 16 2011

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

(This review was originally published on December 16, 2011 at The Rogers Revue) Anyone who has read much John le Carré is probably well acquainted with George Smiley, the quintessential British spy character of the Cold War era (no, it’s not James Bond). In “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”, which is the first book in the ‘Karla’ trilogy (released later […]
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