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mini review: “melinda hill: inappropriate”

“Melinda Hill uses laughter as medicine in this comedy special about moving from trauma bonding to trauma mending. Imparting insights and crushing confessions punctuated by punchlines in a soul-baring storytelling style, she reflects on transformation, transcendence and triumph of the human spirit. Inappropriate is its own genre where healing meets comedy; it’s heal-arious.” run time: […]

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review: “a touch of death” by rebecca crunden

read my review of “a touch of death”!

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review: “the invisible life of addie larue” by v.e. schwab

“addie larue,” despite its premise, is a book that’s going to be hard to forget. addie’s story is enthralling before she is remembered and it will continue to be after.

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mini review: “enola holmes” (2020)

“enola holmes” (sept. 23, netflix) was the most fun viewing experience i’ve had in a while. first off, millie bobby brown brings so much life to this character and to the film as a whole (it’s also her first producing role) with her youth (a 16-year-old playing a 16-year-old is how it should be!!) and […]