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Category Archives: Essay
When I really want to see a movie, I go to the screening first, and then read the reviews after. Recently I was stunned to see a line in a review of The Shape of Water by Dani Di Placido,Read the Rest »
In one of my favorite Superman movies, the superhero (played by the hunky Christopher Reeve) catches Lois Lane (the doe-eyed Margot Kidder) before she plunges stories to her death. “You’ve got me,” Lois says, wild-eyed and incredulous, “you’ve got meRead the Rest »
In the PBS TV series, An Unsuitable Job for a Woman, the protagonist, Cordelia Gray, runs a detective agency solo after the death of her partner. A former secretary, she is wracked by self-doubt as she navigates her way throughRead the Rest »