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Movies 101: “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and "Death on the Nile"

We’re still a couple of months from the official start of summer, but that doesn’t mean that summer-type movies aren’t already upon us. This week, Dan Webster, Nathan Weinbender and Mary Pat Treuthart discuss two films that, one a mystery, the other a sci-fi kind of fantasy, mirror the kind of movie treats that summer annually offers. First up is the Michelle Yeoh vehicle “Everything Everywhere All at Once” followed by the Agatha Christie adaptation “Death on the Nile.”