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It’s the countdown till Christmas, and one of my favorite things about the holiday season is the 1983 comedy, “A Christmas Story.”
My blushing bride and I had the fun time of watching David Twohy’s “Pitch Black” last night. The film, which aired in 2000 and was marketed as something it was not, stands up better than expected. The reason it works is that the accent is on the characters, not the visuals. Sure, they’re important to the imagery of the film, but they aren’t essential.