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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
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
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
By Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI Christopher Robin *** out of five stars What happens when Winnie The Pooh's best friend grows up? Fans of the silly old bear and his pals from the Hundred Acre Wood will find out in this new live-action/CGI hybrid film more
AMERICAN ANIMALS * * * (Mostly true tale of bungled robbery) Take four college guys with too much time on their hands. Give one of them the idea of stealing a valuable book. Follow them through the process of organizing their plan, testing it, and then more
PUZZLE * * * (Tender, touching tale ) Whoever thought that someone could make a movie about a jigsaw puzzle competition? Why not? Sylvester Stallone made one about arm wrestling. The jigsaw puzzles are just a vehicle to tell the tender, touching tale of more
BLACKKKLANSMAN * * * (Spike Lee racial drama) There is no doubt that director Spike Lee can raise emotions with his controversial take on race in America. Lee has taken Ron Stallworth's story about being the first African American on the Colorado Springs more
CRAZY RICH ASIANS * * * (Asian soap opera) The good news is that Asian actors have an opportunity to star in a major Hollywood film. The not-so-good news is the story is little more than soap opera. To its credit, the romantic comedy has two likable more
ALPHA * * * (Ice Age survival tale) If you want to see something different, where the hero is not a Marvel superhero but a young man who lived 20,000 years ago, go see Alpha." Keda (Kodi Smit-McKee) is the son of a tribal chief living the primitive" 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
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