Tag Archives: Joe Alwyn

Harriet (2019) Review

BE FREE OR DIE   Throughout the course of U.S. history, there have been plenty of standout moments (be it collective times of central poignancy or historical figures) that have left their mark on the nation’s history. From the pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock, the formation of the thirteen colonies, to palpable victory in the American Revolution, to the harshness

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Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk Review

AN EXPERIMENTAL AND NOBLE MISFIRE   During most sporting events (at least in the United States, which is where I’m from), the stadium honors those who serves in our armed services (current, veterans, etc.) from all military branches with spectators given a standing ovation to “pay their respects” to duty. It’s an interesting notion, one that’s respectful for their bravery

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