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    Since the days of when spy movies in the late 80’s were on the decline, filmmakers have been trying to give a shot in the arm to the dying genre. This spawned a sub-genre of spy comedies, of which there were a few notable entries. Films such as “True Lies”, “Grosse Pointe Blank”, and “Mr. […]

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    “ You will become less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do” Given the self-indulgent context provided by such an insightful quote, isn’t it plausible to think that most people have asked, have been asked or thought about the following question; ‘If you could sit down and […]

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    “You are now about to witness the strength of street knowledge” As a teenager growing up in the late 80’s, street knowledge was not the kind of wisdom I possessed. I lived in a quiet and peaceful San Antonio suburb, where the challenges of urban life were far from familiar to me. That changed with […]

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    Films like Stand by Me and The Sandlot take audiences back to their adolescent days and the mistakes and adventures of that filled childhood.  The writers of these kinds of films are great at reconnecting with the honest moments of those days. Writer and director, Jon Watts grounds the writing with the two kids in this film, in the same way. […]

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