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Bird Box

January 17, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Bird Box is another film with a small theatrical release, with a simultaneous wide release on Netflix. By releasing some of the best films of the year (Roma, The Ballad of Buster […]

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Second Act

January 7, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane As a reviewer, I feel it my responsibility to review films I am interested in to recommend the best possible movies I can, however, I want to broaden my horizons. If I […]

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Aquaman

January 7, 2019 Stephanie Dolan

By Bradley Lane Aquaman is a film with many flaws that somehow manages to stay enjoyable. Thanks mostly to the passionate direction of James Wan, what could have ended up as another messy and convoluted […]

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Decking the halls

December 20, 2018 swan

By Stephanie Dolan The elves at the North Pole don’t take a break. Whether it’s spring, summer, fall or the Christmas season itself, preparation for Christmas is constant, and an undertaking so vast that sometimes […]

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The Indianapolis Poltergeist: Conclusion

December 17, 2018 swan

By Rick Hinton When Renate Beck moved her mother and daughter into a house on North Delaware Street in 1962, I’m sure she anticipated a few glitches along the way. There’s always painting, plumbing or […]

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‘We Before Me’

December 17, 2018 swan

By Nancy Price Matt English was an athletic director, a husband, a father and a friend. Those who knew him remember him as a leader, a mentor, a role model and a father figure to […]

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The Natural

December 17, 2018 swan

By Stephanie Dolan A great athlete is many things. Sure, he – or she – plays their game to the best of their ability. But there’s more to it. Athletes are often revered. People look […]

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‘Tis the season

December 12, 2018 swan

By Stephanie Dolan For many of us, Christmastime is all about magic. That magic has a lot to do with giving – giving to friends, giving to family and also giving to strangers. It’s the […]

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The Indianapolis Poltergeist: Part I

December 12, 2018 swan

By Rick Hinton They say there’s more than corn in Indiana. I find that to be true. There’s diversity everywhere you look, city or statewide: whether it be industry, civic developments, sports or just plain […]