Movie Reviews

Judy Blume’s Legacy Highlighted in New Documentary

By Huckleberry Press / July 24, 2023 /
Judy Blume

In 1970, Judy Blume published her third novel, Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret elevating her status as an influential voice in young adult literature.

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Camille’s Movie Review: Celebrating The Outsiders at 40

By Huckleberry Press / July 22, 2023 /
The Outsiders

Told from the perspective of 14-year-old Ponyboy Curtis, “The Outsiders” follows a group of troubled young, working-class “Greasers” in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and their constant rivalry with the upper-class “Socs.”

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Off-Beat Romantic Comedies Shows Worth Streaming

By Huckleberry Press / May 2, 2023 /
crazy ex-girlfriend

Judd Apatow co-created this rom-com about two emotionally dysfunctional people trying to make their relationship work in Los Angeles.

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Fact or Fiction?: Blonde Movie Review

By Huckleberry Press / March 8, 2023 /

If you want a story that explores the complexities of Marilyn’s life and successful career, “Blonde” probably isn’t for you. However, if you want a movie with many scenes featuring a beautiful (often topless) woman decked out in some of Monroe’s best looks, look no further than this mess of a film.

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Camille’s Favorite Valentine’s Flicks

By Huckleberry Press / February 14, 2023 /
Roman Holiday

While Ang Lee won Best Director, the film losing the Best Picture award to the preachy and overrated “Crash” is considered one of the Academy Awards’ biggest mistakes.

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Camille’s Critiques: Movie Reviews

By Huckleberry Press / January 9, 2023 /

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery: In the sequel to Rian Johnson’s “Knives Out,” Daniel Craig reprises his role as Benoit Blanc, the skilled and sly private investigator that hasn’t met a case he can’t crack.

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Ranking the Little Women Movie Adaptations

By Huckleberry Press / January 7, 2023 /
Little Women

There’s a reason that Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel about four sisters coming of age in a post-civil war America has been adapted so many times. The everyday stories of Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy continue to be relatable today.

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Camille’s Movie Reviews

By Huckleberry Press / January 2, 2023 /
don't worry darling

All the women in the idyllic 1950s-styled neighborhood of Victory, California, do the same thing every day. They clean the house, go shopping, keep themselves fit at dance class, and prepare dinner for their husbands-all with glowing smiles.

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Holiday Movie Review: Falling for Christmas

By Huckleberry Press / December 8, 2022 /
Falling for Christmas

Truthfully, it’s taken me a long time to warm up to Christmas movies. Every year Hallmark, Lifetime, and most recently, Netflix released a number of cheesy and generic movies following a similar format of a big-city girl finding love and the meaning of Christmas, usually in the form of a quaint small-town guy.

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Camille’s Favorite Halloween Flicks

By Huckleberry Press / October 31, 2022 /
nightmare on elm street

by Camille Borodey Halloween: While the “Halloween” franchise has stemmed tons of remakes and sequels, and at 63, Jamie Lee Curtis is still kicking ass as Laurie Strode, John Carpenters’…

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