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Marry in Haste, Repent at Leisure

A Very British Scandal (2022) Firstly, it is very disconcerting to see the actress who portrayed Elizabeth II in the first season of “The Crown” play this member of the British aristocracy who created a scandal in the divorce courts. … Continue reading

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And Talking About Vibrational Energy (and Mediums)

Allison DuBois (January 24, 1972) No comments required.

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My Blue Heaven?

Caerul “Night Sky” tried its damnedest to present an idea(l) world where the ‘afterlife’ is a city on a planet somewhere in space. If the place was so wonderful, why did Jude choose to escape from it? When a screenwriter … Continue reading

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When You Get Too Close to the Truth

Dorothy Kilgallen (July 3, 1913 – November 8, 1965) I must have fallen asleep at the wheel in the mid-1960’s. I did not know or hear about the death of this celebrated journalist, Dorothy Kilgallen. Sure, I knew who she … Continue reading

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When the Heavenly Battle Comes Down to Earth

Night Sky (2022) If you’re a senior, this TV show (on Amazon Prime) may appeal to you. Otherwise, it may seem boring. The first teleportation flight we witness in episode one is their 856th (or at least that’s what I … Continue reading

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Hercule Poirot, He is Not, but It’s Still Fun

Glass Onion (2022) About an hour in, I wonder if this was a “Ten Little Indians/And Then There Were None” remake, but I was wrong. It’s much more fun than that. Glass Onion is the second film in this newly … Continue reading

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Maybe This isn’t as Far-Fetched as You Might Imagine

The Peripheral (Season 1 – 2022) Normally, I stay away from way ‘out-there’ TV shows, because they take so long to get anywhere and I’m always left with a feeling of being let down by the ending. This show is … Continue reading

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Love Wins: A Thoroughly Modern Fairy Tale

Harry & Meghan (2022) Now that the second half of this series has been broadcast on Netflix, we have the whole story. But it isn’t pretty to witness. In fact, a couple of times I was close to tears when … Continue reading

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Sanctuary and Spiritual Guidance

Three Pines (2022) When I first heard the title of this series on Amazon Prime, I thought, “Another ‘Twin Peaks’?” I was right, and I was wrong, at the same time. There is a strangeness element, but it isn’t so … Continue reading

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When the Spirits are Willing, But the Script is Weak

Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (2022) It makes me wonder why we need yet another adaptation of this story, but I guess it’s embedded in our consciousness and the only way to remind ourselves about what the true meaning of Christmas … Continue reading

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