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  • Sinatra in Palm Springs: The Place He Called Home [Review] 1

    Sinatra in Palm Springs: The Place He Called Home [Review]

    Sinatra in Palm Springs is a lovely documentary about Frank Sinatra. How does it stand apart from the other 800 documentaries about Ol’ Blue Eyes? Well, this one is about how much Sinatra loved his home in Palm Springs. Not only did he spend his last 50 years there,...
  • Midsommar [Review] 4

    Midsommar [Review]

    Midsommar is the horror film I needed right now. 2019 has been a bust for the most part and I’ve waited for a film to drop in my lap. That’s not to say that I haven’t seen smaller films that caught my attention. But, this mid summer release entertained...
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home [Review] 10

    Spider-Man: Far From Home [Review]

    Spider-Man: Far From Home confirms that Tom Holland is my preferred Spider-Man. Notice that I didn’t say Peter Parker. Over the years, I’ve grown to accept that Tobey Maguire plays the best 35 year old as an 18 year old Peter Parker. However, it takes a special kind of...
  • Cinderella: Signature Edition [Review] 13

    Cinderella: Signature Edition [Review]

    Cinderella took two years to finish. As Disney came out of the financial drain of World War II, it seemed like it was going to take forever to get back to normal. Plus, Europe was just now coming back from the War and theaters were re-opening. It was time...
  • Dumbo (2019) [4K UHD review] 17

    Dumbo (2019) [4K UHD review]

    Dumbo didn’t bother me. When it first dropped, I was in the middle of building the latest redesign and I kinda missed the opportunity to talk about it. Nevertheless, I got to watch the Internet flip the hell out over the latest Disney live-action restaging. Well, what is it...
  • Styx [Review] 21

    Styx [Review]

    Styx plays better as a part of an anthology rather than standalone film. Why is that? Even though the film plays super short, it would work better playing shorter. The story is about a woman on a sailing trip that finds a cap-sized boat full of refugees. She can’t...
  • The Brink [Review] 24

    The Brink [Review]

    The Brink is an exciting new documentary about walking liver spot Steve Bannon. Once a Goldman Sachs banker and now professional Renfeld, the documentary is a year long look into Bannon’s life. While the news cycle and history are far from done with this latest brand of Right Wing...
  • S'more Entertainment with Dick Cavett & Hemingway 27

    S’more Entertainment with Dick Cavett & Hemingway

    The Dick Cavett Show: Baseball’s Greatest Hits – Pitchers is the latest collection of these fun vintage interviews. Honestly, I forgot how long Dick Cavett was on the air until I started checking out these older interviews. This DVD alone has materials from 1970 to 1991. Did you want...
  • Winter Passing

    Winter Passing [Review]

    Winter Passing was a film that I remembered arriving years ago, then never hearing anything about it. The film is about a book editor wanting to buy the love letters of quirky academics. Naturally, their kid is Zooey Deschanel and she has to mini-Uke her way back into the...

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