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INTRODUCTION: “Annie B’s Sleeper Movies”

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ANNE BERNAYS is an author, journalist, and educator. She is also a movie aficionado and will be reviewing “Sleeper Movies” for ArtSpeak – movies that have gone unnoticed for one reason or another, but which have struck her as worth writing about. Look for new reviews every fortnight (or so).

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Movie Review: “The Holdovers” — Emotional Treacle

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In 1983, a comedy entitled “Mr. Mom” appeared. The screenwriter was the amazing John Hughes. “Mr. Mom” stars Michael Keaton, one of the most gifted and versatile actors, who is blessed with a talent for understated comedy.

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Movie Review: “Mr. Mom”

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In 1983, a comedy entitled “Mr. Mom” appeared. The screenwriter was the amazing John Hughes. “Mr. Mom” stars Michael Keaton, one of the most gifted and versatile actors, who is blessed with a talent for understated comedy.

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Movie Review: “Jane Eyre,” 1943

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Today we will focus on the 1943 version of “Jane Eyre,” a movie made 80 years ago and staring two of the most celebrated actors of that time: Orson Wells and Joan  Fontaine, bright stars in the celluloid galaxy.

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Movie Review: “Is Love Enough, Sir?”

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It’s hard to believe this movie was created by a large team of people, as it has the intensity and coherence of one artist, working alone.

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