Review: The Wife

I finally got around to seeing The Wife, months after everyone else. After I saw it I was not entirely happy that I had.

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Review: Tea with the Dames

The delightful 1 hour and 24 minutes you spend with Tea with the Dames will make you smile until your face hurts.

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Brain Dump: The Fix, The Village, For 80 Days (80 egunean)

A few quick looks at this and that today. Two new TV series started this week, The Fix and The Village. I found a movie about two women in their 70s who fall back in love after not seeing each other for 50 years. It’s called For 80 Days (80 egunean).

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Review: Juanita

Juanita is poetic justice in action because it’s about damn time Alfre Woodard had a starring role in a movie of her own. There are some spoilers ahead.

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Review: Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel was a delight. It was fun and funny. The visual effects were stunning. It’s wonderful entertainment. Go see it.

Looking for a woman reviewer’s opinion of this film? You just found one.

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Review: White Lies (Taukiri Huna)

White Lies (Taukiri Huna) comes from New Zealand. Matters of life and death are set against the culture clash of Maori and colonial in the early 20th Century.

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Review: Lez Bomb

Lez Bomb is a comedy about coming out. It’s full of crazy humor and family dysfunction. The film was written and directed by Jenna Laurenzo.

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Review: One Day at a Time, season 3

One Day at a Time returned for season 3 with laughs, tears, and plenty of hard hitting topics to wrap stories around.

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Grace and Frankie, season 5

Grace and Frankie returned with a full-on “fuck it” attitude in season 5. They had to fight for their home and life on their own terms, but they made it happen.

With Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as Grace and Frankie and Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen as their ex-husbands Sol and Robert, the storyline from the past 4 seasons continues chugging merrily along. The series has been renewed for a 6th season by Netflix, so you can expect more antics from this group in 2020.

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Review: Lionheart

Lionheart is the first original Nigerian drama brought to Netflix. Genevieve Nnaji directs and stars in the film. Genevieve Nnaji is well known in the Nigerian movie industry, or Nollywood. With Lionheart to judge by, Nnaji is also a promising new director.

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