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Admin25.08.2021

'Women to Power': a lovely film about feminism in the 1970s

Over the years a taste for them has not gone away but seems to have diminished.
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Admin17.06.2021

Mark Reviews Movies: MISBEHAVIOUR

They are treated, as Sally says during a televised debate, essentially as if they're in a "cattle market.
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Admin01.08.2021

Loreece Harrison Naked

Followers is a British horror film, directed and written by Marcus Harben.
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Admin27.07.2021

Followers (2021)

The ghost brings him and his friends fame and fortune, but with deadly consequences.
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Admin10.06.2021

Followers (2021)

as Jim as Dom Watters• Apartheid is ravaging the majority Black population of South Africa, and Eric has to devise a political maneuver—without making it look like one—on the fly.
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Admin12.06.2021

'Women to Power': a lovely film about feminism in the 1970s

The filmmakers have the courage, not only to call out the obviously sexist actions and attitudes of certain people and events, but also the shortcomings of looking at a political movement from an insulated perspective.
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Admin23.07.2021

Mark Reviews Movies: MISBEHAVIOUR

It made international headlines when it left the chauvinist flippant beauty contest host Bob Hope Greg Kinnear , who once snagged a contestant while hosting, covered in flour thrown in bombs by the radicals.
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Admin11.06.2021

Loreece Harrison Naked

An interview with a group of school officials establishes the story's main theme immediately: It's a group of men, and two of them scribble down their ratings of Sally before she even has a chance to speak.
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Admin19.08.2021

MISBEHAVIOUR

Synopsis: A struggling social media influencer discovers the house he shares is haunted.
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Admin27.08.2021

MISBEHAVIOUR

" It's wrong and treated as such, with Eric and comedian Bob Hope played with a decreasingly distracting prosthetic nose but an increasing sense of smugness by Greg Kinnear standing in for the purveyors of and the attitudes generated by this kind of blatant objectification.