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Delightful and Inspiring - By James Colt Harrison
Often when people migrate from one region to another, they bring their traditions with them from the “old country.” Habits are hard to break, and human beings tend to follow familiar paths from the past. Such is the family of Malik, played by the excellent actor Kulvinder Ghir in... MORE >>
 
Happpy Moner - By Richard Jack Smith
There are family films then there's Dora and the Lost City of Gold. What helps James Bobin's picture rise above its inherent silliness must be Isabela Moner. She's got star appeal in the leading role. At face value, Dora comes across as a dreamer. She is bright... MORE >>
 
Women Take Over New York Rackets - By James Colt Harrison
What could be better than a story ripped from the headlines and based on a true incident? Set in the 1970s, The Kitchen relates what happened when the tough wives of some notorious New York gangsters took over the rackets after their husbands were locked up in the slammer.... MORE >>
 
Mother's Day Blues - By Betty Jo Tucker
In Otherhood, three empty-nest mothers try to reconnect with their sons who have moved from the suburbs and now live in New York City. Angela Bassett, Patricia Arquette and Felicity Huffman seem to have a great time portraying these women, who share brunch together every... MORE >>

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Margie & Me -- and Larry - By Betty Jo Tucker
In the forties, students at Central High School were expected to demonstrate school spirit every day which meant showing an interest in sports, especially football. Although that required an Oscar-caliber performance from me, I didn’t have to fake my enthusiasm for pep assemblies.... MORE >>
 
Score Season #41 - By Richard Jack Smith
Below are more soundtrack reviews of recent and archival releases. Above and Beyond (Hugo Friedhofer, 1952) ** Recognizing beauty, Above and Beyond certainly qualifies. However, its appeal rarely hints below the surface so the need to find out more becomes... MORE >>


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The Row follows the misadventures of a college Freshman who wants to join a sorority. Personally, I think that’s where she went wrong. My experience with sororities could be presented as evidence here. However, that’s another... MORE >>
 
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