By Hal Brown
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- A tender and often funny heartwarmer with loads of charm, personality, and humanity.
- The importance of the family you make, rather than the one you're given, is at the heart of this low-budget independent American feature that just happens to have two enormous Hollywood names on the marquee.
- The Peanut Butter Falcon makes a strong case for the value of sentimentality.
- It might be pretty optimistic in its wholesomeness, but whats the point of the movies if they cant be? Especially in a film that is committed to its faithful and hopeful representation for a community that is almost never shown on screen whatsoever.
- Peanut Butter Falcon excels as a story of simple kindness.
- Swept up in those bayou waters, we all root for Zack and happily accept whatever good fortune the writers provide for him.
The story involves Zak's quest to go to the wrestling school run by his idol, pro wrestler Salt Water Redneck. The name he adopts for himself is Peanut Butter Falcon for reasons that are made clear in the movie.
“Morning Joe” co-host Scarborough ripped CNN and Trump for a “virus of lies” as Trump peddled falsehoods on live television about the 2020 election, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, which he called a “beautiful day.”
It was “a disgraceful performance” and “showed the corrosive effects of Trumpism over eight years,” said Scarborough.
The “most shocking part,” Scarborough said, was the audience “who cheered on a president who tried to overturn American democracy, an audience that mocked and ridiculed the woman who, a jury of her peers, Donald Trump’s peers, found had been sexually assaulted.”
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|Our filet mignon, zucchini and yellow squash, crispy skinned baked potato with butter, sour cream and chives dinner.
Rather than feeling pleasantly sated after diner I think we'd have had cases of dyspepsia.
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