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A Christmas Prince
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

For a sappy, air-headed Christmas romance, this one's a real charmer.

Tom of Finland
3 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

It is surprising that an artist who defiantly inflamed white-hot controversy might have had a personal story advancing more slowly than a Finish glacier. The acting and technical aspects of the film are all good -- I just wish something nontechnical happened on screen.

Home Again
Home Again (2017)
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Despite whatever curb appeal "Home Again" might have, its address is squarely situated in the most bland hamlet I've seen in a while. It's the most uninteresting romantic comedy since whatever Adam Sandler's last film was.

Call Me by Your Name
4 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"Call Me By Your Name" is extraordinarily beautiful cinematically, technically and artistically. All performances are exceptional. With a poignant story of the disappointment and exhilaration springing from the uncertainty of any young love, the story and characters never debase their validity with invocations of fear (or worse, shame!) as is almost universally portrayed in films based upon same-sex relationships in the 1980s. "Call Me By Your Name" is elevated above the typical coming-of-age romance story because it transcends the tropes with grace and dignity without short-changing the emotional roller-coaster of first-discovered passion. I strongly recommend this film to anyone who has been traveled down Love's pot-holed and crooked path yet has emerged a mile down the road the better for it, despite the tolls levied.

Christmas In The City
5 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"Christmas In The City" has all the charm of a donkey passing a stone -- which coincidentally appears to be the facial expression Ashley Williams was going for in portraying insipid joyfulness throughout this ham-laden schmaltz fest. I only wish I could ask Santa for those tiresome 90 minutes back.