Category Archives: A

Aladdin and the Death Lamp (2012) – reviewed by George

Thousands of years ago in the Age of Jinns, three brave warriors bearing the marks of the elements, battled a rogue Jinn with a thirst for blood. It was both dangerous and difficult because banishment would mean opening a portal … Continue reading

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All for Love (2017) – reviewed by George

I’m man enough to say, Yes, I do watch 2 or 3 romance movies on Hallmark each month. Usually I select them by cast, and Teryl Rothery is one of my favorites. I first saw her in “Kyle XY”, and … Continue reading

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Arthur (1981) Reviewed by Anita ****

“Sometimes I just think funny things! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!” Has to be my favorite all time ever drunk line, EVER; What makes it so perfect is you (the drunk) have burst out laughing at something you have thought, … Continue reading

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Arachnophobia (1990) – reviewed by George

This is a scary movie that makes you jump or twitch, whichever you’re inclined to do, and if you’re not an arachnophobe when you start watching, you may be once the film is over. It starts in Venezuela (this segment … Continue reading

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The Aspern Papers (2019) – reviewed by George

This is based on one of those novels that you sort of remember from not reading it in English class. And I’m so glad I escaped it, if it was this confusing. I distinctly heard (and saw?) that the leading … Continue reading

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The Aeronauts (2019) Reviewed by Anita *****

This is one of the best action-documentaries I have ever seen. I was on the edge of my seat from opening to ending. This is a must see on the big screen, and that is pretty do-able at home since … Continue reading

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Rita Hayworth in “Angels Over Broadway” (1940) – reviewed by George

Bill O’Brien (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.) is learning against a lamppost and thinking about money. He’s down to $7 which he calls the Last of the Mohicans. While in a nearby building Charles Engle (John Qualen) is writing a letter to … Continue reading

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All Fall Down (1962) – reviewed by George

Great acting by a great cast in a very depressing movie. Clint Willart (Brandon deWilde) arrives in the Florida Keys by bus to find his brother, Berry-Berry Willart (Warren Beatty). He walks to the really nice-looking hotel where Berry-Berry is … Continue reading

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Benedict Cumberbatch is Sherlock Holmes in “The Abominable Bride” (2016) – Reviewed by George

Coming between the 3rd and 4th seasons, this one-off TV movie is important and imposing because, while the regular program is set in modern-day London, here the cast is back in Victorian times. It is also unusual in that it … Continue reading

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Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday (2019) – reviewed by George

Hannah Pressman (Jen Lilley) is an minor writer and helps her parents, Linda and Lowell (Maria Syrgiannis and Rob Stewart) run a small press from their home town, Angel Falls. They specialize in cook books and other non-fiction titles, plus … Continue reading

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