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Nothing But The Truth

Once again, a small film that DESERVES TO BE SEEN gets tossed into a few theaters for a measly weekend in NYC and LA (just so it can say it’s a “theatrical release”) and then sent on its merry way to obscurity as a seemingly “direct to DVD” title. Sadly, this has little to do […]

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The English American by Alison Larkin

As an Anglophile, I guess my most deep, dark fantasy (no, NOT that kind) is that I will find out that I was switched at birth…and that my real parents are British! Trust me…this is not an insult to my American parents. They would be MORE than happy to trade me to an unsuspecting couple […]

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Monarch of the Glen

For a light, relaxing time in the Scottish Highlands, look no further than Monarch. But, sometimes, relaxing can be far from accurate…especially for new Laird of Glenbogle…Archie MacDonald. Archie was just another unassuming business owner in London…his girlfriend was also his business partner and they had a good, yet unadventurous relationship. Enter a sudden trip […]

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It took me a little while to get into my first season of Cracker Mysteries but once I did, I couldn’t stop. Robbie Coltrane is simply perfect as the highly-flawed psychologist, Eddie “Fitz” Fitzgerald. I mean, he’s smart and good at “seeing” into people’s minds and souls to help solve cases, but this guy really […]

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