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At the Movies
Mondays, 6:25 PM

At the Movies is a weekly feature with Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press, who reviews a current film and previews upcoming attractions. Listen to At the Movies every Monday at 6:25 PM.

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  • Spencer stars Kristen Stewart in an Oscar-worthy actress nominee performance as Diana, Princess of Wales. The movie focuses on the Christmas holiday weekend when "Lady Di" purportedly decided to leave her husband, Charles, Prince of Wales.
  • Belfast is a slice-of-life story about a young boy in the midst of 'The Troubles', from late 1969 through early 1970 in Northern Ireland. The young boy is Kenneth Branagh, who wrote the screenplay and directs the film based on his pre-teen years when Protestants and Catholics fought each other.
  • Eternals, the 26th movie in the Marvel Cinema Universe, introduces some lesser-known characters from Marvel Comics to the big screen. Chloé Zhao, Oscar recipient, picture and director, Nomadland, directs Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, and Angelina Jolie, who portray some of the 10 immortals in the movie known as the “Eternals.”
  • The French Dispatch is the latest quirky feature film by director Wes Anderson with a star-studded cast, including Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Léa Seydoux, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Ed Norton, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Stephen Park, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson. It’s a fictional love letter to journalism.
  • Dune is the long-awaited screen adaptation of the Frank Herbert science-fiction novel. Denis Villeneuve directs a star-studded cast, including Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Josh Brolin, and Javier Bardem.
  • "The Last Duel" is a fact-based historical costume drama directed by Ridley Scott about the last legally-sanctioned duel in France in 1386. Matt Damon plays a knight who challenges Adam Driver, playing a squire, to a jousting duel over the honor of the knight’s wife, played by Jodie Comer.
  • Delayed 18 months because of the pandemic shutdown, Bond, James Bond, is back. The 25th Bond movie, “No Time to Die,” is the fifth and last for Daniel Craig as James Bond.
  • The theme of family predominates two latest movie releases: "The Adams Family 2" and "The Many Saints of Newark," both of which are reviewed by Paul Willistein of the Lehigh Valley Press in the latest edition of At the Movies.
  • "CODA" is an acronym for Children of Deaf Adults. In the film, a housewife and her fisherman husband (Marlee Matlin and Troy Kotsur, both deaf actors) launch a new retail seafood business, but the plans of their hearing daughter (Emilia Jones), who is her parents’ ASL interpreter, may be dashed.
  • "Cry Macho" stars and is directed by Clint Eastwood. At age 91, the Hollywood legend has put together a film with a different take on the Mexico-United States’ border conflicts that is, by turns, comical, romantic and thought-provoking.