Obviously, a film such as Pride, intended as inspiring entertainment based on a true story set in the early 1970s, arrives against a context of expectation and common disappointment and remembered excellence: it can be dismissed with inattention, or evaluated with exacting rigor.
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Review of the Film Don’t Say a Word (from the book by Andrew Klavan)
Scriptwriters need to seriously ponder a common mistake made by those taking favored books to screen; the fatal error of assuming that everyone in thetheater has already read the book. In the case of Don’t Say a Word those that have read…