Sam’s Blog

  • Review: Papa Hemingway in Cuba

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    Imagine having Ernest Hemingway as your mentor. It would probably lead to a pretty good story, right? In the case of writer Denne Bart Petitclerc, […]

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  • Review: Louder Than Bombs

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    When a loved one dies, grief tends not to come all at once. Years later, you may feel stricken with the sudden memory of that […]

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  • Review: Remember

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    There will always be films involving the Holocaust, or at least its survivors. But sometimes, a story surfaces that departs from the formulaic Holocaust story […]

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  • Review: Hello, My Name is Doris

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    It starts with death. How’s that for a comedy? At the funeral of her mother, Doris (Sally Field), with her cat-eye glasses and added hair […]

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  • Review: Eye in the Sky

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    Drones are a controversial subject in today’s society, to be sure. So the idea of tackling such a subject in a film must have been […]

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  • Review: Marguerite

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    I think it is everyone’s fear to realize that they are Marguerite. The title character of French director Xavier Giannolli’s newest film, this abundantly affluent […]

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