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I Have a Poem - By Betty Jo Tucker
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Parker Sevak astonish us in The Kindergarten Teacher, an intriguing drama about the power and unfortunate results of obsession. Gyllenhaal plays Lisa, who has been a normal kindergarten teacher for twenty years, and Sevak portrays Jimmy, the student... MORE >>
 
A Complicated Man - By Geoffrey D. Roberts
 First Man, a visually astounding and authentic biography of Neil Armstrong, succeeds because of director Damien Chazelle’s unflagging obsession with wanting to erase the myths surrounding the legendary astronaut and his voyage to the moon. Chazelle became intrigued with Armstrong’s... MORE >>
 
Baby Obsession - By Betty Jo Tucker
Private Life exposes the trials and tribulations facing a married couple who desperately want a baby. Although the movie evokes some laughter, we can’t help feeling blue about what Rachel and Richard put themselves through while trying to have a child. Fine actors Kathryn Hahn... MORE >>
 
Fantastic Stars and Wonderful Songs
By Frank Wilkins
Throughout A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper’s character growls out the lyrics “Maybe it’s time to let the old ways die” with a crooning intimacy that lays the familiar groundwork for what’s at play in his film about two stars passing in the night;... MORE >>
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Score Season #31 - By Richard Jack Smith
Bad Girls (Jerry Goldsmith, 1994) **** Colour me surprised for Jerry Goldsmith’s Bad Girls combines sass and ingenuity. Frankly, I wasn’t expecting the music to be good. Vague memories of the film notwithstanding, it seemed like he might phone in this contribution. Nothing... MORE >>
 
Rocky Horror Fun with Barry Bostwick
By Betty Jo Tucker
Beginning October 8th and running through Halloween, award-winning actor Barry Bostwick reminisces about The Rocky Horror Picture Show in a Movie Addict Headquarters ON DEMAND tribute to that bizarre cult classic. He also talks with Alan Levy... MORE >>


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