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TV Tips: NBC – by George

New Amsterdam Really, a unique medical show. In the first season a doctor, not an administrator, was put in charge, and that makes New Amsterdam unusual, more personal. The other doctors are all caring, talented people, and the stories are … Continue reading

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Chris O’Donnell is D’Artagnan in “The Three Musketeers” (1993) – reviewed by George

I was pretty sure this Walt Disney Pictures version would be fun, but simplistic. Well, guess what? It’s the best version so far! The screenwriter David Loughery made changes, some small, some large, that tightened the plot and improved narrative … Continue reading

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2012 (2009) – reviewed by George

I think Roland Emerich is a good director and I like him. But watching this movie I got an inkling of why some people don’t. The first half is fantastic – even if you didn’t see it already you remember … Continue reading

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Working Girl (1988) – reviewed by George

If you believe in Equal Pay for Equal Work, in a chance based on ability rather than background, in that commercial for the online college where the woman sings “A degree is a degree, You’re gonna want someone like me, … Continue reading

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