Arts and Lifestyle Wednesday Presented by The Exit Room of Lee's Summit-Journalistic Gusto to the Max

The New Documentary “Mike Wallace Is Here” Comes on as Strong As It’s Subject
Danny gives his views on the overall excellent film, which is heavy on career, and
less so on the personal side of the late “60 Minutes” legend.

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Arts and Lifestyle Wednesday Presented by The Exit Room of Lee's Summit-The Kids are All Right...Mostly

“Booksmart” Might Take a Step or Two Too Far, Though Generally in the Right Direction
Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut is a coming of age film featuring two great leads, many interesting
supporting characters, and a slightly overstuffed script, which works nicely for the most part.

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Artful Misbehavior

“The Favourite” is Fine Filmmaking About the Not So Fine
While skillfully directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, and brilliantly played by Olivia Colman, Emma Stone, and Rachel Weisz, it’s definitely not for everyone.
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Forging a Fine Film

Melissa McCarthy Shines As A Literary Forger in “Can You Ever Forgive Me”
A down on her luck writer stumbles into a lucrative scheme in a film lifted by brilliant performances from McCarthy and Richard E. Grant, both of who deserve the Oscar buzz they are generating.
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