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Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Mary Poppins Returns *** out of five stars P.L. Travers' practically perfect nanny pays another cinematic visit in this sequel to Disney's seminal 1964 film. Twenty-five years have passed since Mary Poppins (now played by more
ISN'T IT ROMANTIC * * (Dumb, dull romantic comedy) Rebel Wilson tones it down a bit, although we still find her hard to take, in this dumb, dull romantic comedy about a New York City architect with a lousy self-image. Natalie doesn't like romantic comedy more
THE UPSIDE * * * (Relationship story based on reality) Joyce and I usually go to the movies alone, but our daughter and son-in-law (huge Bryan Cranston fans) joined us for this movie based on actual people. We were convinced that the writers must have more
By DON and JOYCE FOWLER We'll be watching the Academy Awards Sunday night, even though we don't like the concept of choosing one performance over another and can't stand those acceptance speeches. We do, however, have some of our opinions after seeing more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI BlacKkKlansman **** out of five stars Legendary director/writer/producer Spike Lee weaves a biopic about Ron Stallworth, a real-life Colorado Springs policeman who ingeniously infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan with a little help more
SEARCHING * * * (Missing child search) We've seen enough movies about the search for missing children, but at least this one has a different, modern twist to it. John Cho plays David Kim, a single parent whose 16-year-old daughter (Michelle La) is more
THE WIFE * * * * (Oscar caliber performances, absorbing story) Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce play Joan and Joe Castleman in this absorbing film that gives us faith in the ability of writers, directors and actors to create the near-perfect film. The more
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