Arkansas Democrat Gazette

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The Arkansas Legislature will take up redistricting before ending the 2021 session. John Brummett, a political columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, considers the session with Roby Brock, from our partner Talk Business and Politics.

Recapping a Busy Week

Sep 14, 2021
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John Brummett, a political columnist for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, and Roby Brock, with our partner Talk Business and Politics, disucss former President Bush's speech about 9/11 he gave Saturday and the current president's vaccination strategy.

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Courtney Lanning, a flim critic with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says a new mystery about memories provides little worth remembering. But a new animated film on Netflix might be worth your time.

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The new film CODA examines the relationship between a high school senior and her deaf parents as she considers moving away for college. Courtney Lanning, a film critic with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says the movie strikes all the right notes.

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Courtney Lanning, a film critic for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says the new movie Nine Days considers the human condition...and may require a tissue or two.

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Courtney Lanning, a film critic for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, tells us Jungle Cruise is a throwback summer blockbuster. It is fun, charming and goofy. Just ignore the plot holes big enough for a submarine.

Broken Diamonds isn't the summer's feel-good movie, according to Courtney Lanning, film critic for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, but an important film that treats mental illness with respect and honesty.

Courtney Lanning, a flm critic with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says the Netflix actionmovie Gunpowder Milkshake is probably best served to fans of the genre.

Courtney Lanning, film critic with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says the Marvel franchise movie, Black Widow, is fine and not at all crowded with multiple superhero types.

Courtney Lanning, film critic with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, says The Tomorrow War is a tightly-wound sci-fi thriller with impressive aliens.

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