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In the Secret War, the Twenty Committee’s Greatest Feat:

Operation Mincemeat (2021) I’ve written about this supreme act of jiggery-pokery before, here. The fact that this story needed retelling in the 21st century should be a warning to us all. And if you wonder why the group is called … Continue reading

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This is a Sweet (but Improbable) Film for Kids

Benji (2018) I’m not entirely sure if I saw the original “Benji” from 1974, which this latest film is based on, so I have no way of comparing them. The dog featured in this recent one is very well-trained to … Continue reading

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From “This Is Us” to “Virgin River” and Back Again

Alexandra Breckenridge (May 15, 1982) There are some faces that are completely loveable. Alexandra Breckenridge has one of them. So, what is she really like, astrologically? Her birth time is unknown, and yet, when some astrology sites erect her birth … Continue reading

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On Your Way to the Top, Watch Out What You Do…

Anatomy of a Scandal (2022) Or they’ll get you on the way down This Netflix series is a slow burn that gets hotter and hotter as it progresses. (They say that it is even outscoring viewing numbers of Bridgerton 2, … Continue reading

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How Not to Get Away with Murder

Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (2021) This was probably the worst documentary series in three parts to watch on the night of a full moon. I can’t sleep, and different scenarios keep running through my head. I’m writing this … Continue reading

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Damned If You Don’t, and Damned If You Do

Words on Bathroom Walls (2020) This film was suggested by a family member. We watched it on Netflix, last night. Personally, I got a lot of insight into the world of schizophrenia that I have only imagined up until now. … Continue reading

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DuPont: How the Teflon Company Came Unstuck

Dark Waters (2019) On a whim, we watched this film on Netflix last night. In some ways, I wish we hadn’t. It makes depressing viewing, but it is informative as to how to take on a manufacturing giant with a … Continue reading

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Episode 8: “The Viscount Who Loved Me”

Bridgerton (Season 2) Question: When is this Gentleman not a gentleman? Answer: When he falls in love with the ‘wrong’ sister. We started watching this season on Netflix last Friday night. We finished it yesterday. Where do I begin? The … Continue reading

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[Text Message]: “I Think I’m in Over My Head”

Safe (2018) As any parent knows, we would do anything to keep our children Safe. But sometimes we can go too far. *Spoiler Alert* for the video below… I think I’m getting the hang of Harlan Corben’s writing, after this … Continue reading

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I Kid You Not: The Boys are the Clue…

The Stranger (2020) This is the second Netflix mini series that we’ve watched that was adapted from Harlan Coben’s books. I won’t go into the twists of turns of the plot, but needless to say it’s a good binge watch. … Continue reading

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