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American Gangster is Pure Oscar Bait, but it works! Michelle’s Review

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I’ll admit it, I’ve never been much of a fan of Denzel Washington, he’s a great actor but for some reason he just never did it for me. But in American Gangster Denzel captivates and hold the screen. He’s both charming and disarmingly deadly at the same time. I generally love gangster films but hate the over glorification of the lifestyle. Never once in AG did I feel American Gangster glorified Denzel’s Frank Lucas. Continue reading American Gangster is Pure Oscar Bait, but it works! Michelle’s Review

Feast of Love isn’t for everyone. Michelle Alexandria’s Review

 

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Ah, Feast of Love, what is there to say about this overlong, pretentious rumination on the many forms of Love? Morgan Freeman gives one of his textbook quiet performances as a retired professor, Harry Stevenson, who sits around and observes life through the eyes of others in a small Oregon town. Continue reading Feast of Love isn’t for everyone. Michelle Alexandria’s Review