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Avengers: Endgame (2019) – reviewed by George

A fifteen-minute recap recalls “Avengers: Armageddon” and sets up the fight to defeat Thanos and restore all the folks who turned to dust in that picture, which was 50% of the population (plus 50 % of all life on earth … Continue reading

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Avengers: Infinity War (2018) – reviewed by George

This is super-hero spectacle at its finest – and yet: there is way too much humor at the beginning, which slows down the thrust of the picture, and I only laughed once; when Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) said, “It’s … Continue reading

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The Words (2012) – reviewed by George

This is an amazing film, the most adult film I’ve seen in quite a while. It expresses adult themes in an adult way, and is very intelligently written, edited, and directed. The score is lush and wonderful. The plot involves … Continue reading

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Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 (2017) – reviewed by George

This is a super movie; I only wish I could have seen it in 3D in a theater instead of on my TV at home, because I can’t tell whether the director James Gunn repeated his marvelous feat of utilizing … Continue reading

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The Midnight Meat Train (2008) – reviewed by George

 Leon (Bradley Cooper) is trying to become a professional photographer, so he shoots pix all the time. His girlfriend Maya (Leslie Bibb) works as a waitress in a diner, and Leon eats there often. One day he takes some enlargements … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day (2010) – Reviewed by George

Like “New Year’s Eve” this multi-story movie was directed by Garry Marshall (for the review of “New Year’s Eve”, posted on 12-31-16, click on December 2016 under Archives to the right). It has happy stories and sad stories, and illustrates … Continue reading

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Limitless (the movie – 2011, and the TV series – 2015) – reviewed by George

I had not seen the movie, though my wife had, and she loved it. I wanted to see it before I saw the TV series version, so I got it back from Netflix. I think it’s every bit as good … Continue reading

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American Hustle (2013) – reviewed by George

Although Netflix classifies this film as a period drama, a crime drama, and an indie drama, I still expected comedy because of a few reviews I had read. Well, Netflix is right; this is not a funny movie. I hated … Continue reading

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Guardians of the Galaxy – 3D Version (2014) – reviewed by George

It’s big – almost overwhelming. It totally deserves to be described as “operatic”. It deals with big themes – death of a mother, loss of an entire family, friendship as a way through grief, honor, conscience, improving your actions by … Continue reading

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