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Summer Movie Favorites: To Catch a Thief

By Huckleberry Press / September 10, 2022 /
To Catch a Thief

Alfred Hitchcock had a legendary film career that spanned over 50 years. While “To Catch a Thief” may not be considered one of his top films, those who find that “Psycho” and “The Bird” are a little too scary or that “Vertigo” is too psychologically intense, this 1955 romantic thriller is a fun mystery while being less spine-chilling than some of Hitchcock’s other films.

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Oscar Winner Movie Reviews

By Huckleberry Press / April 19, 2022 /
King Richard

Coda: At the 2022 Academy Awards, “Coda” became the first streaming service film to win Best Picture. Directed by Sian Heder, “Coda” (Child of Death Adults) tells the story of Ruby, the only hearing member in an all deaf family. Since her family relies heavily on her to assist with running their fishing business, Ruby has no plans of leaving Gloucester after high school, but after signing up for choir, she finds passion in singing and envisions a future in music.

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Some Oscar Nominations and Predictions

By Huckleberry Press / February 23, 2022 /
power of the dog

Honoring film achievements from the past year, the Oscars are like the Superbowl for movie lovers. The nominations were announced on February 8th, and I hope to be able to catch more movies before the big show next month.

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The Kids Are Alright

By Huckleberry Press / February 5, 2022 /

“Mean Girls,” and The “Breakfast Club,” but growing up in the early 2000s, I found there was saturation of bad teen films full of cliches and unoriginal characters. Movies can never quite shake the glamour, but current teen movies are a lot more diverse, authentic, and relatable than they used to be.

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The Many Movie Musicals of 2021

By Huckleberry Press / December 25, 2021 /

Last month, legendary composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim passed away at 91. Known for being the creative genius behind “West Side Story,” “Company,” “Gypsy,” “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” and “Into the Woods,” Sondheim was credited for reinventing the American musical, and his legacy lives on. With various movie musicals released in 202I, I predict that this genre will dominate this year’s Oscar race.

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Dune Movie Review

By Huckleberry Press / November 9, 2021 /

I’ll preface this review by saying I’m not that much of a sci-fi person. Story wise, “Dune” doesn’t necessarily feel like it has a lot new to say, but it still manages to be a fun and visually incredible ride.

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Four Generations of Cinema at B&B Theatres

By Huckleberry Press / October 29, 2021 /

During the pandemic and shut-downs when theatres were forced to close, the owners of B&B Theatres were committed to paying their employees’ health insurance, so they started a ‘Curbside Popcorn’ program where people could order popcorn to go.

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Talented Cast Dances Its Way Through Washington Heights

By Huckleberry Press / June 23, 2021 /

After Disney+ released a live stage performance of the 2015 Tony Award-winning musical “Hamilton” last year, fans of Lin-Manuel Miranda have been eagerly anticipating the film adaptation of his first musical, “In The Heights.”

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