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In Defense of... The Counselor

“In Defense of…” is a series of articles meant to examine and reevaluate films that opened to poor critical or box office reception. This article may contain SPOILERS. 1,149 more words

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Now Playing: Under the Skin

Under the Skin
dir: Jonathan Glazer, UK/USA, 2013
Rating: 9.6

The bottom line: You don’t want to wake up, do you?

Now playing at Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema in Chicago is… 1,049 more words

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2 States, One Love :-)

Whatever else it accomplishes, the exuberant rom-com, 2 States commands attention for the beguiling presence of Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhat. Abhishek Verman renders a charmingly sincere adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s book of the same name- a decent read by all means- by keeping it real, sans Bollywoodesque grandeur; and let’s not forget it could easily have become an over indulging bollwyood musical. 83 more words

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Review: Divergent (2014)

As a new generation of dystopian citizens neatly line up in their colour-coded lines, you can’t help but wonder what you are getting into. Nor does Beatrice, played by the monotonous Shailene Woodly, as she has to perform a test to judge her place in society. 757 more words

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Review: A Day Late and a Dollar Short

Mothers and their children will always have a special bond, but there is always one that is the favorite for one reason or another. Terry McMillan is known for writing stories always featuring three females leads with the  male characters supporting and always with a voice and perspective from the African American community.   272 more words

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Pitch Perfect (2012) - Lạ mà quen

Point: 8/10

Một bộ phim đã từng bị bỏ qua chỉ vì lúc xem qua nội dung, chẳng ai giới thiệu đây là một bộ phim nói về Acapella cả. 1,609 more words

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Film review: Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955)

Director: Charles Lamont. Writer: John Grant, based on a story by Lee Loeb. Starring: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Marie Windsor, Michael Ansara, Dan Seymour, Richard Ansara, Eddie Parker, Chandra Kaly and His Dancers. 627 more words

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