Tag Archives: Charles Dance

Rightfully Mine! “WOMAN IN GOLD” movie review

Running Time: 1 hour and 49 minutes Rated PG-13 Directed By: The painting belongs to Mrs. Altmann’s family. When Maria Altmann’s sister passes away, she finds some letters in her sister’s belongings. The letters rekindle memories of the iconic painting of their Aunt Adele that was created by Gustav Klimt before the start of WWII. Maria requests that her life-long friend’s son, Randol Schoenberg, advise her on the restitution of art that was confiscated during the Nazi invasion. Randol, a lawyer, who recently moved back to Los Angeles after a failed solo practice effort advises Maria that the task of …

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MOVIE REVIEW: “The Imitation Game”

Running Time: 1 hour and 54 minutes Rated PG-13 Grade A+ We are going to break an unbreakable Nazi code and win the war. During World War II, British Commander Denniston interviews Alan Turing for a position at the top secret  in Bletchley Park. At first, Denniston finds that Turing is unsuitable for the job, but Turing’s confidence wins him the job. This confidence which borders on arrogance is frustrating for his team members in Hut 8 until fellow code breaker, Joan Clarke, teaches him that he will get farther if his team members ‘like’ him. With their help, Alan …

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