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I have been a fan of movies and filmmaking for as long as I can remember. I believe most of us are, and that movies give us a lot to talk about. While I don’t consider myself a professional movie critic, I did have a brief role as an on-camera movie reviewer in college. I also stumbled upon a gig judging key art awards and trailer previews once (still don’t know how that happened), and hosted many movie clubs. It is my best practice to see films in the theater as intended. Now that covid restrictions are a little more lenient, I’m back to my weekly #movietherapy.

I’m also committed to more considerate streaming viewings of independent films that may not have the budget or producers to launch in theaters. Do you have a favorite I should see? Let me know!

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Joe Bell

Joe Bell

For this week’s movie therapy I skipped over Old and Snake Eyes for the less popular option of Joe Bell. The trailer is outstanding, featuring the song The Joke by one of my favorite artists, Brandi Carlisle. And, being a product of the funky bunch generation, I am a huge Mark Wahlberg fan. That hasContinue reading “Joe Bell”

Pig

Pig

Pig stars Nicolas Cage as Robin Feld, a reclusive and quiet ex-chef who lives off grid in the remote backwoods of Portland, Oregon. Rob’s companion is his Pig who helps him forage for truffles out in the woods. These elite truffles are seemingly the best, and picked up each Thursday by a young and cheesyContinue reading “Pig”

Black Widow

Black Widow

Black Widow is finally here! It’s streaming on Disney+ and now in theaters. I spent a large part of this past Spring catching up on the Marvel movies “in chronological order.” Here comes Black Widow messing it all up. But don’t worry, you don’t need the timeline to get the goods on this feminine powerhouse.Continue reading “Black Widow”

Paterson

Paterson

Paterson stars Adam Driver as a poet/bus driver (named Paterson) in the city of Paterson, New Jersey. This isn’t a new release – it first hit Cannes I think in 2016, but it was recently promoted on Amazon and I’m so glad I caught it. Laura (Golshifteh Farahni) is Paterson’s devoted wife, a muse toContinue reading “Paterson”

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