Category Archives: G

Goya’s Ghost (2007) Reviewed by Anita ***

Top-notch star-studded cast is what you will find in this film. Set in 18th/19th century Spain, Goya’s Ghost is a hot bed of the problems of the times. Milos Forman created a world that is rich in intrigue, history, and … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day (1993) – reviewed by George

Well, it’s not a Thanksgiving movie, but it IS a Holiday movie. Okay, I don’t know anybody who gets a holiday from work on February 2, but you know what I mean. Phil Connor (Bill Murray) is a TV weatherman … Continue reading

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The Guru (2002) – reviewed by George

The movie begins with a Bollywood number, because the hero, Ramu Gupta (Jimi Mistry), teaches Indian dancing (in India). But he has a secret yearning to be a dancer in Hollywood musicals, so when his cousin Vijay (Emil Marwa) writes … Continue reading

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G.I. Joe: Valor vs. Venom (2004) – reviewed by George

This CGI animated feature is pretty good, but I had to see about half of it to begin appreciating it. I guess that’s because the intended audience is adolescents. Basically the G.I. Joes make up an organization of men and … Continue reading

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Goosebumps (2015) – reviewed by George

Perfect for Halloween viewing, with some very scary moments and some terrifying ones as well. Also humor and some twists. Zach (Dylan Minnette) is sent to live with his Aunt Gale (Amy Ryan), who also works at the local high … Continue reading

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Harold Lloyd in “Get Out and Get Under” (1920) – reviewed by George

“There are six reasons why a young man has his picture taken. One is A Girl – the other five don’t count.” The photographer is really painstaking – and irritating. He wants Harold’s head at a certain angle, his feet … Continue reading

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Glass (2019) – reviewed by George

To me “Unbreakable” was an action movie with sci-fi overtones, “Split” was a monster-horror movie with psychiatry overtones, and now “Glass” is a suspense movie with more psychiatry overtones. To demonstrate this, after a brief sequence where David Dunn (Bruce … Continue reading

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The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.: Season One, Episodes 28 and 29 (1967) – reviewed by George

# 28: The High and the Deadly Affair Named after and similar to “The High and the Mighty”, since this is about a planeload of people in danger, the story begins on the moors of England where Dr. Albert Merek … Continue reading

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The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.: Season One, Episodes 25, 26, and 27 (1967) – reviewed by George

Episode 25: The Phi Beta Killer Affair The beginning is cleverly built around the assassination of Julius Ceasar (here he’s a hood known as Big Julie, played by Jerry Lester), and starts at a steam bath in Florida. Big Julie … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones (05-19-2019)-Reviewed by Anita **

Really? Did you honestly feel the last episode of this epic story was justified in how it was done? Have you read the books? Yes, I did like it-like it, but then again I hated it. I come to this … Continue reading

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