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Delving Deeper

Turtle, the stand up comic, had begun his shows each of the last Saturdays with this: “It would be so easy to play trump for the silly win but I like delving deeper” and then would hold out his clawed … Continue reading

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Next Stop Wonderland

This 1998 movie from Director Brad Anderson was a surprise. It is a fresh, Woody-Allenesque drama (but set in Boston) that had me laughing and interested the entire 104 minutes.  In fact, my wife and I enjoyed it so much we … Continue reading

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Run Fatboy Run

David Schwimmer directed this Michael Ian Black (of Stella fame) story. The principal Simon Pegg and Black wrote the screenplay. This was a very enjoyable movie with a lot of unusual humour. Sure the basic plot is simple and predictable, … Continue reading

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Two Mules for Sister Sara

This library rental was a treat:  both a comedy and an Eastwood action film (1970).  Directed by Don Siegel who also did Dirty Harry and co-starring Shirley MacLaine, this is wonderfully full of twists and features the real historical even … Continue reading

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Reaper

This is a new sitcom, filmed in Burnaby, BC. It isn’t about the same type of reaper as we saw in Dead Like Me which I reviewed earlier, the main character (Sam Oliver played by Bret Harrison) is working for … Continue reading

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