INVENTING ANNA – Review by Susan Granger

You may recognize Emmy-winner Julia Garner’s face and distinctively nasal voice from Ozark, but in the nine episodes of Inventing Anna she plays enigmatic grifter Anna Sorokin – a.k.a. Anna Delvey. For years, brazen Anna passed herself off as the daughter of a German tycoon, gliding through Manhattan’s opulent hotels, restaurants and night clubs, clad in expensive couture. Posing as an heiress, she cleverly befriended socialites, high-fashion designers and moneyed tech moguls.

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HUSTLERS – Review by Lana Wilson-Combs

Jennifer Lopez sizzles in the sexy, crime drama, “Hustlers” from director/writer Lorene Scafaria, which is about a group of savvy women strippers who exact revenge on their rich Wall Street clients. The movie is based on Jessica Pressler’s 2015 New York magazine article “The Hustlers at Scores.”

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HUSTLERS – Review by MaryAnn Johanson

It’s GoodFellas, except they’re gals. This based-on-fact drama about New York City strippers who conned their clients is wonderfully redolent of Scorsese’s mafia masterpiece in both style and substance: the seductiveness of easy money, the giddiness of getting away with a perfect crime. It’s a cinematic bonbon of delinquent deliciousness.

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