January 27, 2015
Movie reviews
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* * * ½ (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Violent biblical spectacle) With memories of Charlton Heston parting the Red Sea in “The Ten Commandments,” we watched the modern version of the Book of … more
* * ½ (Profane, politically incorrect comedy) Chris Rock wrote, directed and starred in this profane, politically incorrect movie about a stand-up comic who went on to make terrible … more
* * * * (Emotional look back at MLK & Selma march) We remember it well. Staring at our black and white TV, watching in horror and disgust as the  redneck cops beat the non-violent marchers in … more
* * * (Joyce) * * * ½ (Don) (Funny sci-fi parody) If you want a few good laughs and some clever sci-fi parody, “Guardians of the Galaxy” should please you. Chris Pratt stars as Peter … more
* * * (Complicated, disjointed spy thriller) John le Carre’s popular spy novel is a good vehicle for Phillip Seymour Hoffman’s final film before his untimely death. Hoffman plays … more
* * * ½ (Colorful, complex Mexican tale of life & death) “What kind of story is this? We’re just kids,” a little girl asks the storyteller (voice of Christina Applegate) as she leads … more
* * ½ (Soppy melodrama) Joyce, the romantic, was generous in her * * ½ rating of this soppy, melodramatic soap opera about unrequited love. Set in the rural south, “The Best of Me” … more
(Grim, bloody World War II tale) “Fury” is the name given to the tank that carries a grim, furious team of American soldiers into battle in Germany during the height of WWII. Brad Pitt … more
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