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The Goldfinch (2019)
Two and Half Stars

I haven’t read the book, and it may be better than what we see here.  One thing’s for certain:  This movie is not a convincing advertisement for it. 

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Let’s All Binge, Pt. 1

No matter your situation, all of us could use a little something to keep us occupied.  With that in mind, I’ll share a few shows I’ve enjoyed over the years, and where you can go streaming them.

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Cinemavino — Episode 71: R00m T3mp Marg1

If you had a choice, would you live without movies or music?  Wine or beer?  Our answers may surprise you!

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Spies in Disguise (2019)

The one good thing about this story makes all of its flaws that much more frustrating.  

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Cinemavino — Episode 70: Mops for Sale

Today, we return to an old format:  The boys and I screen Three Men and a Baby, an 80s staple that doesn’t age too well.

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Cinemavino — Episode 69: Halls Past

We draw a movie to screen for next week’s episode, after which we’ll booze and offer an assortment of pithy observations.

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Cinemavino — Episode 68: Three Men and a Baby Björn

Sean, Taylor, and Travis join me for some vino, and we discuss what everybody’s been doing the past four weeks.

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Midway (2019)
Two and Half Stars

Midway marked a turning point in the Pacific Theater, and such monumental events deserve a sturdier and more diligent depiction than they get with this film.

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Cinemavino — Episode 67: Solamavino

This episode only features me.  I broke away from baby-raising long enough to watch the first episode of Star Trek: Picard.

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Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (2019)
Two and Half Stars

After 119 minutes, I couldn’t tell whether this film needed a little something more or less of everything.

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