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This sequel to the underground sci-fi favorite “The Man From Earth” may be a welcome return of the immortal character John Oldman (David Lee Smith) for fans, but most will be mystified by the waning appeal. “The Man From Earth: Holocene” upgrades its predecessor’s look, expands its locations and...
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