STAGE MOTHER – Review by Tara McNamara

For the last few elections, polls reveal that what Americans want most is for people of different sides to start working together. And in the last few years, Americans say they want the divisiveness in America to end. An odd, heartwarming musical comedy with a gun-toting grandma and an entourage of drag queens is the first drop in the bucket that shows maybe there is a way.

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NEVER TOO LATE – Review by Lana Wilson-Combs

The funny and heartwarming comedy Never too Late from director Mark Lamprell tackles aging, friendship and living life to the fullest. Vietnam vets famous for escaping from a Vietnamese POW camp, wind up in a nursing home – and they want to escape. Things don’t go smoothly as even their backup plans fail spectacularly. Watching their every misstep is what makes “Never too Late” a funny and endearing romp.

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