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“The Accidental Wolf” – Knocking on her door [MOVIE REVIEW]

“The Accidental Wolf” – Knocking on her door [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “The Accidental Wolf,” written and directed by Arian Moayed, is a hybrid in many ways. Part thriller, part psychological drama, part family…

It’ll brighten up your evening

It’ll brighten up your evening

All lit up, and somewhere to go A glowing review, of course by Bondo Wyszpolski The wonders of orchestrated illumination are to be found in…

Sculptures in the great outdoors

Sculptures in the great outdoors

Basking in the Moonlight When “Form and Movement” came out to play by Bondo Wyszpolski As noted last week in Easy Reader, Simon Ouwerkerk’s sculptures…

“A Chef’s Voyage” – Gourmet to go [MOVIE REVIEW]

“A Chef’s Voyage” – Gourmet to go [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “A Chef’s Voyage,” directed by Rémi Anfosso, is a culinary journey planned and executed by David Kinch, the chef and owner of…

“Whisky Galore!”, “Passport to Pimlico,” “Maggie,” “The Titfield Thunderbolt” – Fun, fun, fun [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Whisky Galore!”, “Passport to Pimlico,” “Maggie,” “The Titfield Thunderbolt” – Fun, fun, fun [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson A quartet of classic Ealing Brothers British comedies has just been digitally restored and released on DVD and Blu-ray. The Ealing Film…

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“Collective” – Working together [MOVIE REVIEW]

“Collective” – Working together [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “Collective,” a documentary by Alexander Nanau, is so much more than the sum of its parts. What started as journalistic sleuthing on the part of Catalin Tolontan of the Sports Gazette into the October 2015 fire at the Collectiv, a popular underground nightclub in Bucharest resulted in 64 deaths and 146 injuries. […]

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“The Test and the Art of Thinking” – In Conflict [MOVIE REVIEW]

“The Test and the Art of Thinking” – In Conflict [MOVIE REVIEW]

by Neely Swanson “The Test and the Art of Thinking,” a probing documentary by Michael Arlen Davis, explores the complicated history of the SAT and ACT, tests that still bring shivers to the souls long after they were taken (and mine were taken a long, long, time ago in a galaxy far away). Although proponents […]

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When indoor sculpture ventures outdoors

When indoor sculpture ventures outdoors

Sculptures on the move Simon Ouwerkerk puts his pedal to the metal in Manhattan Beach by Bondo Wyszpolski Across the board, artists have been cheated. Cheated from performing in front of a live audience or from having their work viewed in person. Right now there’s a full gallery with sculptures by Simon Ouwerkerk in the […]

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