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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
OCEAN’S 8* * * * (Joyce)* * * 1/2 (Don)(Female heist flick)Remember “Ocean’s Eleven” starring George Clooney as Danny Ocean, head of a gang of thieves who pulls off an … more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Avengers: Infinity War *** out of five stars Ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have culminated into the epic intergalactic superhero drama that is Avengers: Infinity War. The 19th film in the massive film more
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR * * * (Death, darkness and a few laughs) If you are a Marvel Comics fan, you've already seen this movie at least twice. Wait for John Pannozzi's Review, which will certainly be more in line with your thinking. My review is for more
TULLY * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Poignant, post-postpartum plot) Charlize Theron stars as Marlo, an overwhelmed, depressed, pregnant mother of two facing all of the challenges of two demanding children, a clueless husband and a soon-to-be third child 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
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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