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THE RIDER* * * ½ (Sad tale of rodeo rider)“Mothers, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys,” the country song warned.This sad and sometimes downright depressing tale of … more
ADRIFT* * * *(True survival story)Hollywood films have entered a new era with stories of strong women. “Adrift” is a shining example.Shailene Woodley stars as Tami Oldham, a young, … more
MEASURE OF A MAN* * *(Coming of age movie)“Measure of a Man” is a nice little coming of age movie that deals head-on with bullying, teen unpopularity and self-image. The movie is based on … more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI TEEN TITANS GO! TO THE MOVIES *** out of five stars Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is a film with a somewhat unique background. It is an extension of the animated TV series Teen Titans Go!, best described as a Mad more
Movie Review By John Pannozzi Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle *** out of five stars Note: This is a film released as a Netflix original outside of Japan. Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle is a sequel to the recent Godzilla: Planet of the more
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN * * * (Sweet & sentimental Disney film) Parents: Are you tired of all the violent, action-filled movies that your young children are watching? Then take them to see Disney's sweet, sentimental, PG-rated Christopher Robin." We" more
THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME * (Stupid, silly spy story) Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon star as two inseparable friends who become involved in an international incident and do a series of stupid things to save the world. It turns out that the man of her dreams 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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