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The story of the Time Out Truce

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I created this image for my Big Sister (from the Big Brother Big Sister program), Victoria Rabinowe, who is a Santa Fe artist. She has been upset at the mudslinging from both sides of the major political parties and had a deep concern for the upcoming elections knowing the race would be tight and delays in vote counting would...

‘The Real Right Stuff’ is an interesting highlight reel of Project Mercury

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The following feature will be available for streaming Nov. 20 on Disney+.

Many kids dream of becoming astronauts and flying into the stars and even adults are wowed by images of the Earth from outer space. Only last year, the documentary Apollo 11 impressed audiences and critics with its use of newly discovered, high-quality footage chronicling man’s first trip to the moon. The Real Right Stuff from Disney and National Geographic goes back even earlier in time, showing the beginning of U.S. space exploration during the 1950s and 1960s. The footage on display here isn’t quite as awe-inspiring, but this movie is interesting...

‘Fatman’ is a bizarre feature

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Running Time: 100 minutes

This film became available on demand and on digital platforms Nov. 17.

The 1988 film Scrooged is a popular modern adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, featuring Bill Murray as a nasty TV executive. Early on in the feature, there’s a trailer for an action movie called The Night the Reindeer Died, featuring Santa Claus and actor Lee Majors toting machine guns in order to fend off psychos invading the North Pole. It’s a hilarious comedic bit and one that may have in part inspired the new movie Fatman, which possesses a similarly outrageous plotline.

The story begins with Saint Nicholas aka Chris (Mel Gibson)...

Blu-ray/DVD Roundup for November 20, 2020

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Welcome back to another look at highlights arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. Once again, it’s a jam-packed edition with tons of films in just about every genre to choose from. So, since you likely can’t or shouldn’t be going out to the movies, be sure to give one of these titles a try!



BIG NEW RELEASES!



2067 : In this science-fiction flick, a utility worker listening to his radio receives a mysterious signal.  He is told that in order to change the course of history and save the world from a massive environmental disaster, he must leave his ailing wife behind and travel into the future. The reluctant protagonist must venture into the unknown and see if he can make a...

‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ delivers laughs, shocks in equal measure

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Running Time: 96 minutes

This film debuted Oct. 23 exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

Fourteen years ago, the world was simultaneously amused and shocked by Borat, a movie featuring an exaggerated and eccentric Kazakhstani reporter traveling across the U.S. to make a documentary about American culture. While speaking to random strangers and having several bizarre encounters, the movie ended up exposing less-than-flattering aspects of some of the nation’s citizens. With the country now embracing more and more extremist views, the character has officially returned for the hysterically-entitled follow-up, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, aka Borat Subsequent...

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