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SHAKESPEARE’S TOMB

SHAKESPEARE’S TOMB REVIEWED “Shakespeare’s Tomb” is a documentary that wants to bust myths about Shakespeare’s final resting place. While feeling more like

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SNIPER: GHOST SHOOTER

SNIPER: GHOST SHOOTER REVIEWED “Sniper: Ghost Shooter” is a family affair, as Berenger’s character’s kid takes over the titular role. Thankfully, he has Billy Zane and Dennis Haysbert to bail him out. This entry lacks any substantial threat for our

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SHAKESPEARE’S TOMB

SHAKESPEARE’S TOMB REVIEWED “Shakespeare’s Tomb” is a documentary that wants to bust myths about Shakespeare’s final resting place. While feeling more like a History Channel program, there is serious academic effort given

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SNIPER: GHOST SHOOTER

SNIPER: GHOST SHOOTER REVIEWED “Sniper: Ghost Shooter” is a family affair, as Berenger’s character’s kid takes over the titular role. Thankfully, he has Billy Zane and Dennis Haysbert to bail him out.

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SWINGING CHEERLEADERS, THE

THE SWINGING CHEERLEADERS REVIEWED “The Swinging Cheerleaders” is not my favorite Cheerleaders movie. But, it’s the one that actually has a plot. Most of that is attributed to the AIP education of

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SUTURE

SUTURE REVIEWED “Suture” is a gorgeous looking film that borrows a lot from “Seconds”. By borrow, I mean it adds more racial subtext to the film, but that’s about it. Haysbert and

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STRESSED TO KILL

STRESSED TO KILL REVIEWED “Stressed to Kill” opens on a man recovering from a heart attack. Realizing that he has to eliminate stress from his life, he sets out to kill stressful

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SLASHER: SEASON ONE

SLASHER REVIEWED “Slasher” reminds of what horror TV used to be before everything became high concept. Chiller plays everything close to its traditional vest, but it works for what the audience needs.

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STABLEMATES

STABLEMATES REVIEWED “Stablemates” is another bizarre Mickey Rooney film from the 1930s. Rooney plays a kid wanting to save a local horse. Wallace Beery is the drunk vet that gets conned along

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SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON

SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON REVIEWED “She Wore A Yellow Ribbon” is one of the best films about retirement. That sounds pretty odd for a Western, huh? John Ford and John Wayne

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SUPER WHY! GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS

GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS REVIEWED “Goldilocks and The Three Bears” is the latest SuperWhy adventure. Why does it feel like I’ve seen it before? Whyatt tries to help the Super Readers

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SHARK WEEK: JAWSOME ENCOUNTERS

SHARK WEEK: JAWSOME ENCOUNTERS REVIEWED “Shark Week: Jawsome Encounters” presents 10 hours of shark attack footage and other scientific bric-a-brac. Paul Walker even shows up to help out with a pregnant shark.

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