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  • Exit Wounds
    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    Action-packed. Thriller. Suspenseful. Fast-paced. Violent. Great Soundtrack. Adventure.

    Steven Seagal has always been one of my favorite actors. He always have you on the edge of your seat with his martial arts moves. DMX and Micheal Jai White are awesome. Tom Arnold's character was very funny and entertaining. The film has a good plot.  There was lots of drugs, violence and corruption.  It was well balanced with a mixture action and thriller. This was a very good action film.

    Reviewed by Joyce L on Jun 15, 2021

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  • Cradle 2 The Grave
    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    Drama. Action-packed. Great Cast. Fast-paced. Violent. Thriller.

    This movie was filled with action. The late DMX, Jet Li and Gabrielle Union are among the great cast for this film.  The martial arts action was unstoppable and exciting. The plot was good as rival criminals came together to fight a greater evil. There is lots of violence and foul language..however, the movie was fast-paced and fun to watch.  Some lines actually have you laughing out loud. I believe this is a sequel to Exit Wounds (DMX and Steven Segal).  I enjoyed watching this movie.

    Reviewed by Joyce L on Jun 15, 2021

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  • Soul Men
    ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

    Comedy. Drama. Funny. Strong Acting. Funny Characters. Strong Language. Great Music SoundTrack. For Mature Audiences.

    This movie was very entertaining. Samuel L. Jackson and Bernie Mac worked well together in this film. Bernie Mac is always a comical guy, but, Samuel L. Jackson proved that he could be just as funny. Besides for the adult language through out the film ...this movie was hilarious. The soundtrack was awesome. This movie is definitely not for sensitive ears and eyes.

    Reviewed by Joyce L on Jun 15, 2021

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  • Stand by me
    ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

    After one of his friends die he relives the summer when he was 12 yrs old and him and his friend go in search of a dead boys body near where they live. It tells oftheir journey and the bonds they made. A good movie I enjoyed it.

    Reviewed by Donna P on Jun 15, 2021

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  • The address book : what street addresses reveal… by Mask, Deirdre,
    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    I never thought much about addresses, other than that we need them to receive mail or to make our way to a destination without getting lost.  That is, until I read this book.

    It turns out, an address is more than a street name or number.  To paraphrase the subtitle:  street addresses reveal identity, race, wealth and power.  The author also stresses from the get go: street addresses were created to find you. Also, street names and numbers are not fixed or set in stone. Streets are constantly being renamed for a variety of reasons, not just in the USA, but world wide.

    The book is packed with information.  Here are some takeaways:

    Odd and even numbered streets originated in Philadelphia.

    Over 70% of the inhabited world is addressless.

    While citizens of the slums of Kolkata agitate to obtain a street address, US citizens of the Southern persuasion opt not to have a proper street address due to their aversion to census takers and the IRS.

    Third world countries desperately need street addresses as a defense against epidemics.  Street mapping has been proven to curtail epidemics such as a cholera outbreak in Haiti.

    There is so much more. I learned a lot.  I recommend this informative and witty book.

     

    Reviewed by valerie h on Jun 10, 2021

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  • The public
    ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

    A true to life movie showing the day to day challenges and joys of working in a library. The story centers around a Librarian who confronts tradition to help those in crisis. It is definitely a confersation piece! 

    Reviewed by Leaona S on Jun 9, 2021

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