Monthly Archives: January 2017

Transfer of Power by Vince Flynn

While you were running around on the talk-show circuit criticizing law-enforcement officers who have done more in one week to stop crime than you will do in your entire academic-theory-laden lifetime, I was crawling around in the gutters of every hellhole … Continue reading

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Nocturnal Animals (2016)

Do you ever feel your life has turned into something you never intended? In Tom Ford’s second venture into the world of the silver screen, Susan Morrow (played by the fabulous Amy Adams) is a art gallery owner in LA. … Continue reading

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Our Kind of Traitor by John LeCarré

Still on our once-in-a-lifetime holiday. Still in Eden, munching on the bloody apple. A Russian money launderer, Dima, meets an English couple: professor Perry and lawyer Gail in Antigua during their vacation. After becoming friends, Dima approaches Perry and Gail … Continue reading

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Manchester by the Sea (2016)

Patrick: What happened to your hand? Lee: I cut it. Patrick: *sarcasm* Oh thanks, For a minute there, I didn’t know what happened. Directed and written by Kenneth Lonergan exploration of grief stars Casey Affleck, playing a Bostonian janitor Patrick … Continue reading

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Almost Famous Women

Almost Famous Women by Megan Mayhew Bergman The notes of song could never replicate human suffering. A collection of short stories about historical female figures from Allegra Byron to Butterfly McQueen. Bergman takes their story and then embellish it with … Continue reading

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