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Tom Holland, best known for the big action franchise Spider-Man, puts his acting talent on display in an intense drama, “Cherry” and Disney+ and the Marvel Cinematic Universe unveil a new direction in “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.”

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“Supernova” is a magical movie with two great actors, Stanley Tucci and Collin Firth, in the story of a couple facing the scourge of dementia. Jennifer Garner can’t save “Yes Day” and cartoon icons Tom and Jerry completely miss the target in their own movie, “Tom and Jerry.”

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International City Theatre's production of “ART” by Yasmina Reza opened virtually on Feb 18. It is the first play of ICT's 36th season, which I truly hope sees a safe and triumphant return to the stage, at least by year's end.

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Two movies this week that are similar in that they are both mainly two-character dramas but very different in other ways. “The Little Things” is a great cop story about unlikely partners and “The Big Dig” is a great partner movie about….archeology.

“Puff of Wind," a public art sculpture donated by Dr. Asher David Kelman, has been installed at its new Long Beach home at Junipero Beach, just below the Long Beach Art Museum.

Despite our low campus population since last March, key Beach personnel, together with external teams, have been working to repair and improve facilities and infrastructure, as well as work on new structures around The Beach. From necessary landscaping projects to construction on our forthco…

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Master filmmaker Frances Ford Coppola released a revised version of “Godfather” late last year and it’s a welcome version. On a less sweeping scale, an abused mother struggles to find a place to live with her two children in the intense and enjoyable “Herself.”

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Two extremely well-done films this week showcase classic film genres: “Sylvie’s Love,” a romance and “Honest Thief” an action drama starring Liam Neeson as a man who should not be taken lightly.

The phrase, “the opera ain’t over until the fat lady sings,” first appeared on the sports pages of the Dallas Morning News in March 1976. The saying cautions against assuming that an event is irreversible and is most commonly used in association with athletic competitions.

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A documentary, “Harry Belafonte on The Tonight Show,” about a Black man hosting the “Tonight Show” in 1968, raises important questions about whether things have changed. A much lighter movie, “Enola Holmes,” imagines what would have happened if Sherlock Holmes had a younger sister.