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reviewed Every Little Step. July 12, 2009
Every Little Step
I came to this documentary with a lot of excitement in my heart.  I wanted to like it so much. After all, a documentary about the making of an iconic American musical was a major no-brainer for a …
reviewed Funny Face. June 18, 2009
Funny Face
Stanley Donen's Funny Face is a slam dunk!    First off, its two stars. Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn. What more needs to be said?  Astaire was well in to his second stardom …
reviewed Nurse Jackie. June 14, 2009
  The newest Showtime series has the makings of a good strong staple with mature, complex characters involved in some pretty tense, seriocomic situations.    Many people …
reviewed Rachel Getting Married. June 13, 2009
Rachel Getting Married
Jonathan Demme's latest may boast an award-nominated performance by Anne Hathaway but gets a little too confessional for my tastes. Self revelation is a good thing as long as it reveals--not retards the …
reviewed Dance Flick. June 10, 2009
Dance Flick
 The Wayans Brothers, to me, are like Christopher Guest.  Guest's films are funny only if you the world he is satirizing.  Waiting For Guffman--I screamed with laughter from minute one.  …
reviewed Nights of Cabiria. June 10, 2009
Nights of Cabiria
It was lovely rolling over this morning because as I like to say, I woke up.  Consider the other option.    I reached for my remote to turn on the tv, realized it was not 7am, …
reviewed The Little Foxes. June 06, 2009
Little Foxes
This is a generally good film. One main reason it is so good is because Samuel Goldwyn was able re-cast many of the actors that originated their roles in this dark story of an avaricious Southern family.  …
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