“Inferno” A Movie Review by Liz Warner

“Inferno”  A Movie Review by Liz Warner

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There hasn’t been a lot of love from reviewers (or the box office) for “Inferno,” but I’m not going to be as rough on this flick.  I liked it, with reservations.

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Sully – A Movie Review by Liz Warner

Beyond here be spoilers.

Worth a Hamilton.

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Given friends’ rave reviews about “Sully,” I was surprised to have left the theater just a bit disappointed.  It was good, and I’d recommend it, but it likely won’t be in my DVD/BluRay collection unless and until it’s in the cut-out bin.

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Snowden – A Movie Review by Liz Warner

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Oliver Stone’s latest movie, Snowden, may not be his best, but isn’t lacking in intrigue and drama.
It’s worth the time and price of ticket.

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Director/screenwriter Oliver Stone’s (and Kieran Fitzgerald’s) latest movie, Snowden, might not be the best of his films, though I confess to being partial to Stone’s prolific works. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2016 and was released in the United States on September 16.

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Left to Right: Joseph Gordon-Levitt [Edward Snowden], Shailene Woodley [Lindsay Mills], and Oliver Stone [director/screenwriter] at Snowden premiere in New York City-September 14, 2016. © L. Warner.

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