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Do the Right Thing

Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing‘ was a quintessential film on race relations in America when it came to theaters in 1989. Now, over thirty years later, it remains a quintessential film on race relations in America. Not sure if that’s a reflection on its honesty, its fearlessness or that America remains irrevocably, irreparably broken. Probably, both. More, please …

Film/TV Reviews

2022 flick ‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ has laughs aplenty and an over-the-top Nicolas Cage. All’s good.

Music Reviews

A new lead singer, new producer, and overflowing enthusiasm marks Van Halen’s 1986 album ‘5150’ an 80s Rock highlight.

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More Star Bores

After an excessively long absence I’ve regained the free time and focus necessary to begin contributing once again to this site. So… More, please …

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