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Actress Maggie Smith won an Academy Award for playing an actress who didn’t win an Academy Award. An icon.

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  • Howard the Duck

    Howard the Duck

    ★★½

    I know that Howard the Duck is considered one of the “worst movies ever made” but the thing is I had so much fun with it! The sight of this walking and talking duck creature being literally sucked out of his home planet, being sent to earth and having to interact with humans was way more entertaining than I have ever imagined. The opening sequence with Howard just living his life and we get to see all the truly wonderful…

  • Breaking News in Yuba County

    Breaking News in Yuba County

    ★★½

    There are about twenty plots too many going on in this film. None of the characters are particularly likeable or endearing, and every one of them make some of the dumbest decisions I have ever seen on film. And yet, I was so entertained throughout this that I really didn’t even care. The only thing that really put me on pause was the fact that this film really wanted me to believe that Allison Janney and Mila Kunis were biological…

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  • The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7

    15/100

    This was insufferable.

    I hated every single thing about this movie. From the cast. To the characters. To the screenplay. To the story. To the editing. Aaron Sorkin seems to have a lot he wants to say, but has no idea how to say it. He directed this just like he writes, with all this haste and speed, but no subtlety. I don’t care how truthful this adaptation is to the real events, the way Sorkin wrote and directed…

  • Two Distant Strangers

    Two Distant Strangers

    This is so unbelievably tone deaf in its execution that I am actually dumbfounded by how it was nominated for an Oscar. And because I am so dumbfounded I imagine it will win the Oscar come April.

    The topic of police brutality especially how it effects black men in particular is a very necessary conversation. Especially considering the time we are living in now. So, I can see that there was an intent to make a timely and poignant story…