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    A ‘Barefoot’ Journey For A Better World

    (This article was previously published on our sister site ScreenRadar.com). On Oct 14, 2016, Mark Baumer started a barefoot walk across the country; a one-man mission to bring attention to climate change. Mark never made it across the country. 100 days later, that mission and his life came to an end. Yet his journey carries on in the […] More

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    M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Servant’ Is Back For More

    Apple TV+ has been on a tear lately. The streaming service is quickly approaching its one year anniversary and doing so with style; earning their first Emmy win for the critically-acclaimed, The Morning Show, the service also boasted an impressive 18 nominations across six of their premium programs. In addition, their feature film offerings are […] More

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    FILM REVIEW: ‘Love and Monsters’ is The Apocalypse at its Sweetest

    (This review was previously published on our sister site ScreenRadar.com). Like many films that have been released recently, it is hard not to make connections between the on-screen situations of Love and Monsters and the current isolation nightmare which we all share. Mankind hiding from “bugs” forcing us into isolation had a whole different meaning just a few […] More

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    Awards Radar Podcast #1: Welcome and Enjoy the Mess!

    As promised, we are delighted to launch into orbit the Awards Radar Podcast. In each episode, Editor Joey Magidson (that’s me!) will be joined by some of the staff of Awards Radar to talk about the latest in film, television, and entertainment in general. The show will obviously have an awards season slant to it, […] More

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    Series Review: ‘Deaf U’ Is An Eye-Opener

    The deaf community has been unfairly painted with the same brush for far too long. Frustratingly, most portrayals never look beyond their deafness to see the dynamic stories they have to offer. The new Netflix coming-of-age documentary series, Deaf U, abandons that approach, painting a rich, unfiltered portrait of a community that remains misunderstood, and, […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Enola Holmes’ Is A Clever Charmer

    The lively Enola Holmes brings us to somewhat familiar territory with yet another take on the world of Sherlock Holmes (Henry Cavill). This time around there is a welcome twist. Instead of centering around Arthur Conan Doyle’s world-famous detective, the film revolves around his younger sister, Enola (Millie Bobby Brown) a character created by author […] More

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    Emmy Analysis: Outstanding Drama Series

    The game is over. Game of Thrones that is. No matter what fans thought of the final season, its impact on the Emmys was indisputable. 160 nominations with 59 of those ending in wins. That’s a lot of Emmy gold. In its absence, eight drama series have stepped up to take their seat in the […] More

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    Emmy Analysis: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series

    An assassin, a drug addict, a TV host and the Queen (let’s not forget a cunning matriarch and an obsessed agent) walk into a bar, what do you get? Emmy gold. My favorite category of the night also happens to be the toughest to predict. After Rhea Seehorn, the snub heard around the world, failed […] More

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    FILM REVIEW: ‘Greyhound’ Delivers Tense Combat and a Premium Tom Hanks

    (This review was previously published on our sister site ScreenRadar.com). It is hard to believe that Tom Hanks has been gracing our screens for over forty years now, and, by the looks of it, he has no plans of slowing down anytime soon. There is a certain something that he exudes every time he steps in […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The Secrets We Keep’ Will Hold You Captive

    (This review was previously published on our sister site ScreenRadar.com). It is a picturesque, tranquil day in the town square park during what feels like simpler times. The sun is shining, the skies are blue, the grass is green, school children are running by, a man is calling for his dog, and a mother is playing […] More

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    Film Review: Charlie Kaufman’s ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ is a Trip

    (This review was previously published on our sister site ScreenRadar.com). If someone were to say Charlie Kaufman makes films that challenge audiences, it would be a vast understatement. Even his most general audience-friendly film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind was a complex thinker that kept viewers discovering new nuances even after multiple viewings. He […] More

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