CONFESS FLETCH – Review by Martha K Baker

Get ready to experience a Fletch film sans Chevy Chase. Get ready to give Jon Hamm a chance at the grail that is Fletch, a charming, discombobulated detective and, most interesting –and to him significant — a former investigative reporter. That life provided expertise for being an investigative detective, he insists. To wit: When interrogated whether he has income from unsavory sources, he responds, “Writing for in-flight magazines is as unsavory as it gets.”

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GIGI AND NATE – Review by T.J. Callahan

Nate is 18. Six weeks away from college. Enjoying the summer swimming and diving in the lakes of North Carolina with his friends when he develops meningitis that renders him a quadriplegic. With the trajectory of his young life changed from freedom to hours of physical therapy and dependence, Nate doesn’t see a reason to live…until his mother signs him up for a service animal. In swings Gigi, a Capuchin monkey rescued from a low rent petting zoo and trained to help humans. Gigi and Nate is a film with life lessons. It brings hope from sorrow without being sappy.

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UNCOUPLED – Review by Martha K Baker

Uncoupled follows a heart-breaking break-up. Together for 17 years, this couple of men defines marital steadiness, a model for their friends and family. Until they don’t. And then they no longer model “till death do us part” on the night of the surprise party that Michael throws for Colin on his 50th birthday. Imagine Colin’s surprise. Heck. Imagine Michael’s.

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