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Blu-ray Review - Feast of the Seven Fishes


Family is the theme of "Feast of the Seven Fishes," and it's a shame writer/director Robert Tinnell ("Kids of the Round Table," "Frankenstein and Me") doesn't focus enough on domestic interactions. While primed for holiday viewings, the picture doesn't always embrace its festive mood, striving to attach a romantic element featuring younger characters to material that connects best as a study of older people working to keep traditions alive. Tinnell seems a little too concerned with the marketplace appeal of "Feast of the Seven Fishes," taking time away from the core vibe of the movie to deal with uninteresting characters and their problems. Read the rest at


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