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I Am Woman

2067 movie review: future schlock
Generously, this is a 15-minute short padded out to an unforgivable, patience-trying two hours, there’s so little in the way of fresh ideas or engaging characters. Kudos for making time travel boring.
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All In: The Fight for Democracy documentary review: the pushback against voter suppression (#AmazonPrime)
Enlightening, enraging history of all the ways in which the United States has tried to bar citizens from voting, plus a primer on what Americans can do right now to ensure that our voices are heard.
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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, US/Can, Sep 29–Oct 02
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new and ongoing dvd/blu/vod releases, UK/Ire, Oct 02
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on Christmas coming early, and the international differences in pigs-in-blankets
2020 gonna 2020.
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I Am Woman movie review: more a purr than a roar [pictured]
A winsome Tilda Cobham-Hervey leads a rote rags-to-riches tale, though its rampant sexism is a villain women will recognize. Needs to be seen, even if it’s not quite the tribute Helen Reddy deserves.
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