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Captain America: Civil War (2016) – reviewed by George

1991: Bucky Barnes (still Sebastian Stan, though he looks very different) is screaming while a man shouts Russian words at him. The last two words, translated as “benign” and “nine”, complete the trance inducement, and Bucky shuts up; he has … Continue reading

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Black Panther (2009) – reviewed by George

This animated miniseries was shown on BET in 6 half hour segments (actually 20-21 minutes due to commercials) in 2009. It tells the same basic story as the live-action movie, ┬ábut has some really impressive differences. It starts in the … Continue reading

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Film Grammar # 3 – State of Affairs, Season 1, Episode 2

Where did the writers for this show go to school? Alfre Woodard had this line last night: “You know, it occurred to me, none of this would be happening if that sub had sank altogether.” Sink, sank, sunk; drink, drank, … Continue reading

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