Movie reviews
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THE MAN WHO INVENTED CHRISTMAS * * *(How Dickens wrote “A Christmas Carol”)Dan Stevens plays Charles Dickens in this clever little movie about how the celebrated English author … more
ISLE OF DOGS * * * (Stop-action allegory) The Avon Cinema continues its tradition of bringing unusual films that have been hits at film festivals. The latest is Wes Anderson”s “Isle of … more
HOSTILES * * * ½ (Violent western morality play)I love westerns. Joyce, not so much. She stayed home.“Hostiles” has all the elements of a good western, although it often becomes a … more
EARLY MAN* * *(Stop motion cartoon feature)While “Early Man” is a funny, feel-good, stop-motion cartoon feature, it gets a little tedious along the way, especially for adults. It comes … more
I, TONYA* * * ½ (Biopic of Tonya Harding incident)This unusual biopic about ice skater Tonya Harding attempts to get at the truth about the infamous “incident” with her competitor, … more
LADY BIRD* * * ½ (Coming of age movie)The lines were long at the Avon this weekend as people rushed to see one of the highest rated movies of the year. Writer/director/actress Greta Gerwig was … more
7 DAYS IN ENTEBBE* * *(Hijacking thriller)Based on the true events of the 1976 hijacking of an Air France plane by Palestinian terrorists (or are they “Freedom Fighters?), the movie is at times … more
THOR: RAGNAROK * * * * (Funny, exciting Marvel saga) John Pannozzi is the real expert on this genre, so if you are a true fan of Marvel Comics movies, read his review. For those of you who aren't aficionados but looking for a well made, exciting, funny more
THE POST * * * * * (Don) * * * * (Joyce) (Politics, the press, and history) The Post" is one of those rare movies that includes a bit of everything I like in a movie. There's politics. There's the press. There's history. And there's much more. Joyce" more
THE COMMUTER * * * (Mindless action movie) Liam Neeson is back as the aging, ordinary man who finds himself in an extraordinary situation and becomes a hero. Michael has just turned 60. He has taken the commuter train into New York City every workday for more
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