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Secret In Their Eyes

Thirteen years ago, Detective Jessica Cobb’s daughter was found murdered in a dumpster on a case she was working on. Her close friend and colleague Ray was the one to find her. 404 more words

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Review of "Secret in Their Eyes"

* * C

Secret in Their Eyes is a crime drama that should have been a great film. A former FBI agent, Ray Casten ( 219 more words

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Sherlock Gnomes

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Director: John Stevenson
Actors: James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Maggie Smith, Michael Caine, Ashley Jensen, Matt Lucas, Stephen Merchant, Mary J. 127 more words

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‘Come Sunday’ Director Joshua Marston On His Subject Having Faith In Him – Sundance Studio

Before the Sundance Film festival premiere of Come Sunday, helmer Joshua Marston, along with stars Condola Rashad and Jason Segel, stopped by Deadline’s Sundance Studio speak tackling the true story of the charismatic Bishop Carlton Pearson, who dared to defy the traditional ideology of Christianity. 210 more words

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'Come Sunday' Sundance Clip: Chiwetel Ejiofor Preaches To The Angry Choir

Chiwetel Ejiofor stars in the true-life tale of a renowned pastor in the midst of a crisis of faith in Come Sunday, the new film from Sundance Film Festival alum Joshua Marston that is having its world premiere tonight at the Eccles in the fest’s Premieres section. 153 more words

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Sundance 2018: Five Films to Watch Out For

In Park City, Utah, it’s festival time once again.

Sundance Film Festival kicked off today, January 18. The 10-day event will include a slate of films seeking distribution, but this process isn’t as straightforward as it once was. 356 more words

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Doctor Strange (2016, Scott Derrickson)

The only particularly bad thing in Doctor Strange is the music. Michael Giacchino strikes again with a bland “action fantasy” score. The score feels omnipresent; I’m not sure if it really is booming all throughout the film or if I was just constantly dreading its return. 1,040 more words