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Movie Review: Patterns Of Evidence: The Red Sea Miracle: Part One

As someone who saw and enjoyed the previous movie in this series when it was also released for a Fathom exclusive [1], I have to say that this is the sort of film that I can easily appreciate.  The filmmaker, … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Harriet

Sometimes it can be worthwhile to watch a movie that is not made for you, but judging from the audience at “Harriet” last night at a movie theater in Hillsboro, quite a lot of people are interested in watching movies … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Detective Pikachu

It is a pretty odd experience watching a live-action/cgi mixed film about an intellectual property that I don’t know much about, but this film was certainly an enjoyable one even if I am not well-versed in the Pokemon universe.  I … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Yesterday

Yesterday is not quite as good a film as it could have been, but it certainly does offer an amusing look at an alternate universe in which the Beatles don’t exist as we know them.  Interestingly enough, the absence of … Continue reading

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Movie Review: John Wick 3: Parabellum

One of the joys of traveling on flights in some airlines is to see films that one may have wanted to see in theaters but didn’t get the chance to.  An example of this is the film I watched on … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Tolkien

This film was made for those who know a lot about Tolkien’s writings but don’t know a lot about his faith.  When watching this movie I kept on waiting for C.S. Lewis to show up, given the importance that he … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Crimes Of Grindelwald

[Warning:  Spoilers below.] Sometimes casting makes a big difference.  After the first film in this series, which I actually enjoyed a great deal [1], there were some complaints that Eddie Redmayne’s Newt Scamander wasn’t very charismatic, so what does this … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Gosnell

There is a moment in this movie that stood out to me as being pivotal both in the internal story of the (successful) effort to convict Philadelphia abortionist/serial murderer Kermit Gosnell of murdering infants who had been born alive and … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Christopher Robin

Probably the worst part of this film is that some people may think that it tells even a based on a true story origin story for the beloved Winnie The Pooh series.  It doesn’t.  The real life Christopher Robin didn’t … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Operation Finale

Around a decade or so ago I won some free tickets to a World War II chase movie that was, as these things go, based on a true story.  In watching this film, I felt a similar set of complex … Continue reading

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