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Three Identical Strangers QuickViews


For those who loved and enjoyed Won’t You Be My Neighbor and liked RBG, check out Three Identical Strangers.   In the 1970’s a man was called another name until he realized he had an identical twin brother and both of them got attention in a newspaper story. But it isn’t until another man realizes he looks just like them that these triplets realized all of them were brothers. But behind this funny, charming, beautiful story is a dark secret that hasn’t been talked about until now. &...

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RBG QuickViews


A hopeful for Best Documentary Feature is the “notorious” RBG.   At 85 years old, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is still going strong as the longest serving member of The Supreme Court of the United States. Talking about her life from birth to now, Ginsburg’s life is as interesting as anyone famous you could hear about.   Filled with interviews from Ginsburg, her kids, granddaughter, Bill Clinton and many others, RBG has a good pace and flow that is not too fast but a little bit slow. &nbs...

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Like Father QuickViews


A new original movie by Netflix has arrived for you to watch: Like Father.   With her wedding instantaneously collapsing, a workaholic (Kristen Bell) and her absent father (Kelsey Grammer) accidentally get drunk one night and are all of a sudden the next day put on a cruise that was suppose to be for the newlyweds. Throughout their 10-day cruise this pair will learn how to communicate better and enjoy everything around them even each other.   While it isn’t the best thing Netflix has...

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Emmys 2018 QuickViews


One of the greatest award shows on its 70th year didn’t make us laugh as we wanted it to or either entertain us: the Emmys.   Colin Jost and Michael Che (Weekend Update on SNL) were the hosts this year, and let’s say their comedy bits together should’ve just stuck in New York at Studio 8H. The winners this year were unexpected surprises, especially Glenn Weiss’ proposal to his future wife after winning for directing the 90th Oscars telecast.   Even though there were some good...

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Peppermint QuickViews


From the director of Taken comes a new action film you’ll be energized by: Peppermint.   When her daughter and husband are unexpectedly killed, Riley North (Jennifer Garner) takes matters into her own hands training for 5 years in order to take down every single member of the cartel that took away her family.   Filled with lots of action sequences and a kinetic pace and flow, Peppermint has fine directing by Pierre Morrell and an amazing performance by Garner that’ll blow you away....

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