Tag Archives: Netflix

Man, She’s (Still) Feels Like a Woman

Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl (2022) This documentary came out on Netflix three days ago. We watched it last night. Emotionally, Shania appears to be back on track, but her speaking voice still shows signs of cracking, especially when … Continue reading

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The Action is Nonstop, But the Story Never Starts

The Gray Man (2022) Like the arrow in the FedEx logo, The Gray Man title has an ‘x’ in its centre which didn’t show up for me until I saw this video. Now I cannot un-see it. As you can … Continue reading

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This Cold Case Will Make Your Blood Run Cold

Girl in the Picture (2022) On a whim, we watched this Netflix documentary last night. I’m not sure if we should have, because it figured in my dreams last night. How depraved can one man be? “If you could read … Continue reading

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How to Update the Defense Lawyer Stereotype

The Lincoln Lawyer (2022) We’ve been watching this for the past three nights on Netflix. About halfway through the 10 episode season one, I realized that this is a revamped Perry Mason series. Only, instead of only one client at … Continue reading

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But What About the Victim, Herself?

Kathleen Hunt ( February 21, 1953 – December 9, 2001) I hate to keep harping on this ‘event’ but her birth chart might hold the key to what happened to Kathleen Peterson on that fateful night. I originally randomized the … Continue reading

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Did He Kill Her or Was It “Something” Else?

The Staircase (Netflix Documentary) Never underestimate the power of the main stream media to ‘influence’ a jury before a case is tried in court. That seems to be the lesson here. I watched the first four episodes of this (now) … Continue reading

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The Use of Glass Mirrors Her Daughter, Picking Up the…

Pieces of Her (2022) At several levels this is not an easy film to watch. The idea that a young woman has lived her first 30 years in witness protection without knowing it does seem surprising, but her mother rarely … Continue reading

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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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