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‘Love, Gilda’ Review: Documentary Is a Sweet and Funny Look at the Life of Gilda Radner

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Gilda Radner was a comedian of enormous talent having four Emmy nominations and one win. Love, Gilda is told mostly by Radner herself, as newly discovered audio tapes have been found. Through the use of those audio tapes, numerous home movies, pictures and of course her performances on TV and movies, the film tells the […]

‘Pick of the Litter’ Review: A Marvelous and Fascinating Film

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Dogs are amazing creatures, so giving and willing to help us in any way they can. ‘Pick of the Litter’ is a film about five Labrador puppies, Patriot, Potomac, Poppet, Primrose, and my favorite, Phil, who we are introduced to right when they are being born. These are no ordinary puppies as they have been […]

‘The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society’ Review: An Enjoyable Romance with a Bit of Mystery

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We open up on the Island of Guernsey in the English Channel in 1941 with the Island under German military occupation. Four civilians are walking at night on a country road. One of them is very drunk and singing, much to the dismay of the other three. Suddenly they are confronted by German soldiers. One […]

‘Sierra Burgess Is a Loser’ Review: A Witty, Fun to Watch Film

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We see Sierra (Shannon Purser), a young high school girl, get out of the shower. She uses her feet to move a towel around the floor soaking up water. Sierra puts on a large towel and begins to examine herself in the mirror. She tells her reflection ‘You are a magnificent beast’ and then brushes […]

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Review: An Excellent Teenage Rom-Com

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The film opens with a young woman, Laura Jean (Lana Condor) walking through a field of long, green grass in a long red dress. As she walks towards a young man, she talks about how she has fallen for the man even though he is to marry her sister. As she begins to smile at […]

Cirque du Soleil Corteo Heads to Atlanta August 29 – September 2

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Cirque du Soleil brings magic back to Atlanta in their latest show Corteo for seven shows at the Infinite Energy Center Aug. 29th through Sept. 2nd. Corteo, which means ‘cortege’ in Italian, is a festive parade all imagined by a clown. The clown pictures his own funeral taking place, but this isn’t a sad experience […]