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BEATRIZ AT DINNER* * ½ (Mean-spirited culture clash)What starts out as an interesting premise quickly turns into a mean-spirited culture clash in this dark melodrama that takes place in a … more
ASHLEY N. REISER PATRICK J. BAILEY (Photo by Michael Tomassi) Ashley N. Reiser and Patrick J. Bailey were united in marriage on August 5, 2017 by officiant Robert S. Quigley at Anthony's Ocean View, New Haven, Conn. A reception followed there. The bride 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
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars Based on the beloved French comic series created by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude M zi res, Valerian tells the tale of two young heroes caught in the more
THE HERO * * * (Don) * * * * (Joyce) (Portrait of an aging actor) Joyce loves Sam Elliott. Loves his looks, loves his acting, and especially loves that deep baritone voice. I like him, too, and I enjoyed the portrait of his Lee Hayden, an aging actor, more
VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS * * * (Great special effects/stupid story) Laurelline (Cara Delevingne) doesn't share equal billing with her space agent Valerian (Dane DeHaan) in this futuristic sci-fi marathon of a movie. Perhaps it is more
NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE * * (Mediocre animated sequel) I guess there are supposed to be some life lessons for the kids in this sequel, which actually sends them some mixed messages. The hour and a half animated feature becomes with the squirrels more
DUNKIRK * * * * (War on land, sea and air) We've seen a lot of war movies over the years, but this one takes a different perspective on a historical day at Dunkirk. We follow the battle in the air with World War II planes fighting it out, while on the more
THE GLASS CASTLE * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Dysfunctional family drama) Woody Harrelson stars as the dysfunctional father of four who leads his wife (Brie Larson) and kids on an unconventional nomadic journey, looking for the right spot to settle more
ALIEN: COVENANT * * * (Violent/philosophical sci-fi prequel) Both philosophical and extremely violent, this prequel to Ridley Scott's original sci-fi thriller Alien and sequel to his Prometheus has come a long way since Sigourney Weaver chased an alien more
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