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Below is a list of my favorite episodes from Season One of the Australian drama series, "MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES". Based on Kerry Greenwood's mystery novels and created by Deb Cox and Fiona Eagger, the series starred Essie Davis as Miss Phryne Fisher: Read more...Collapse )

"HARRIET" (2019) Photo Gallery

Below are images from "HARRIET", the 2019 biopic about fugitive slave-turned-abolitionist, Harriet Tubman, Directed by and co-written by Kasi Lemmons, the movie starred Cynthia Erivo in the titled role: Read more...Collapse )

"FREQUENCY" (2000) Review

"FREQUENCY" (2000) Review

Directed by Gregory Hoblit and written by Toby Emmerich, "FREQUENCY" is an entertaining and intriguing time travel story about a New York City firefighter in 1969, who is able to communicate with his adult son in 1999, via a short wave radio. The movie starred Dennis Quaid and James Cavielzel. Read more...Collapse )

Below are images from "THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS", the 1992 adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's 1826 novel, "The Last of the Mohicans: A Narrative of 1757". Written and directed by Michael Mann, the movie starred Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe: Read more...Collapse )

"Perils of a Matchmaker" [PG-13] 4/4


SUMMARY: Tom Paris helps Pablo Baytart win the affections of Sue Nicoletti and endangers his own pursuit of the Chief Engineer in the process. Set during late Season 3. Read more...Collapse )

"THE CHISHOLMS" (1979): CHAPTER IV Commentary

We finally come to the fourth chapter of the 1979 miniseries, "THE CHISHOLMS". And like the first chapter, it had a running time of at least 90 minutes. This fourth chapter marked the last episode of the actual miniseries and the end of Evan Hunter's 1976 novel . . . despite the Chisholms' story continuing in a short-running television series. Read more...Collapse )

"SILAS MARNER" (1985) Photo Gallery

Below are images from "SILAS MARNER", the 1985 television adaptation of George Eliot's 1865 novel, "Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe". Directed by Giles Foster, the movie starred Ben Kingsley in the title role: Read more...Collapse )

"HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHT" (2004) Review

”HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHT” (2004) Review

My knowledge of 19th century author, Anthony Trollope, can be described as rather skimpy. In fact, I have never read any of his works. But the 2004 BBC adaptation of his 1869 novel, ”He Knew He Was Right”, caught my interest and I decided to watch the four-part miniseries. Read more...Collapse )



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