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Classic Hollywood: Revisiting Garbo Film

Classic Hollywood: Revisiting Garbo

Greta Garbo: an introvert who sought stardom. A recluse who claimed, “I want to be alone,” but walked daily around Manhattan. A notorious penny-pincher who left a $32 million estate. Garbo personified romance on screen, yet never married and confessed she lived “like a nun.” Gone for 30 years, why does she still fascinate us? Read More Read More
Show & Tell: Late Night Film

Show & Tell: Late Night

It’s a good thing that August in New Hampshire offers film lovers so many non-film things to do, because the month is a traditional Hollywood’s dumping ground for the movies that should never have been made, much less released. A quick scan of offerings at the MallPlex 88 doesn’t have a lot of new stuff. It’s like the classic critic’s assessment of an author’s work: “There is much in your book that is new and good. Unfortunately, what is new is not good and what is good is not new.” Read More Read More
Review: Bohemian Rhapsody Film

Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury is one of the most talented rock singer of all time. It is no small feat to tell his story and live up to the grandeur of him. Bohemian Rhapsody takes a crack at telling the story of Freddie from the time he joined Queen in 1970 to their performance at Live Aid in 1985—a performance called “Queen’s best live show.” Read More Read More

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