Month: September 2021

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The Eyes of Tammy Faye: Open arms, open heart

When viewers are first introduced to Tammy Faye Bakker, it’s 1994. She’s caked in layers of makeup, some of which are permanently tattooed onto her face. Her cheeks are bloated as she sucks down a can of Diet Coke and her nasally, Betty Boop-esque voice pierces through like nails on a chalkboard. If this is a sign of things to come, things aren’t looking … Read More The Eyes of Tammy Faye: Open arms, open heart

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Cry Macho: What it means to be strong

Clint Eastwood, one of the greatest actor/filmmakers of all time, doesn’t know how to quit. At 91, the two-time Academy Award winning director makes history by being the oldest person ever to star above the title in a movie with Cry Macho, which arrived in theaters and on HBO Max this past weekend 50 years after the debut of his directorial debut Play Misty … Read More Cry Macho: What it means to be strong

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Last Night in Rozzie: Independent hit a solid double

One of Hill Country Film Festival’s greatest success stories makes its theatrical debut this weekend. Last Night in Rozzie, directed by Sean Gannet from a screenplay by Ryan McDonough, won both the Cinema Dulce (Best of Fest) and Best Feature Film award at the 12th annual festival this summer and will open in limited release on the big screen as well as premium video on … Read More Last Night in Rozzie: Independent hit a solid double