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RIORI Vol. 3, Installment 16: Jodie Foster's "The Beaver" (2011)

The Players…

Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster, Anton Yelchin, Jennifer Lawrence and Riley Stewart.

The Story…

When depression consumes former business magnate Walter Black, it takes a truckload of booze, an unplugged TV and a Dumpster dove beaver puppet to pull him out of the blackness. 4,568 more words


'Entourage: The Movie' (2015) Film Review

In my late teens and early twenties, the TV incarnation of Entourage was just pure fun, plain and simple. It merged the idea of friendship with the fantasy of LA and filmmaking and generated a few laughs per episode. 398 more words

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Movie review: Miss You Already. Not missing you at all

Miss You Already   ★★   dir. Catherine Hardwicke

If Richard Curtis, the writer of About Time (2013) ever made a film about cancer, it would look and sound a lot like this. 265 more words

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Movie Review: A Walk in the Woods for some last of the summer wine

A Walk in the Woods    ★★   dir. Ken Kwapis

In no danger of ever straining an acting muscle, Robert Redford ambles through this genial adaption of Bill Bryson’s best-selling account of his trek along the Appalachian mountain trail. 272 more words

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Bojack Horseman S02E07

In Hank After Dark, Bojack and Diane head on a book tour to promote the paperback release of One Trick Pony. For once, Bojack avoids controversy. 483 more words


Movie review: Ricki and the Flash is plucking average, not quite awful

Ricki and the Flash   ★★☆☆☆   dir. Jonathan Demme

Strip out Meryl Streep’s charisma and we’re left with slim pickings in this redemptive rock ‘n’ roll drama. 224 more words

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Movie review: Me And Earl And The Dying Girl is all about him

Me And Earl And The Dying Girl   ★★☆☆☆   dir. Alfonso Gomez-Rejon

This tiresome coming-of-age cancer flick should have been titled Me, Myself and I.

Thomas Mann plays gangly geek Greg Gaines. 237 more words

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