Alibi V.29 No.4 • Jan 23-29, 2020
The Song of Names

Film Review

The Song of Names

Historical drama plucks at heartstrings but buries tune

Those interested in stories of love, family, forgiveness and faith will be swayed by the backstory but The Song of Names gets lost somewhere in its construction, working far too hard to deliver an emotional payoff that should have been immediate and effortless.

Reel World

This week you can see Neruda, a sing-along version of The Sound of Music, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Ratatouille. And it's time to send in your 2-minute audition for the Actors Showcase.

Idiot Box


NBC goes streaming with Peacock

NBC, the network you currently get for free over the airwaves, would like you to start forking over some more of that sweet subscription video on demand money.
Star Trek: Picard trailer

Week in Sloth

Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Image via Pixabay


How Do You Solve a Problem Like No Money?

Sing-a-Long Sound of Music

The NM Gay Men's Chorus presents a screening of the classic Julie Andrews film musical, complete with subtitles so the whole audience can sing along.