Two local bookstores highlight the uncertainties and often crippling realities of two diverging approaches to combating the pandemic's effects.
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Although it was released almost 60 years ago in 1964, Stanley Kubrick's film “Dr. Strangelove” is still downright absurd today.
In 10 years, Christopher Nolan's “Inception” has established itself as the beginning of an era of film, from bombastic horn-filled scores to fantastical practical effects.
Since its release in 2010, David Fincher’s “The Social Network” has developed into a cornerstone of the public perception of entrepreneurship and a unique look into the founding of Facebook.
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At long last, after a six year absence from the silver screen, David Fincher returns to the director’s chair with his widely anticipated film “Mank.”
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