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Sundance 2017 Film Review: "I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore" (2017) ★★★★

Some movies make you tell yourself: “I did not see it coming”. I mean, you grab your popcorn to have an amazing time while you watch a comedy. 413 more words

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Sundance 2017 Film Review: "Frantz" (2016) ★★★★★

During war anything can happen: a soldier kills another soldier, bullets fly back and forth to catch its target, bombs destroy houses while the human soul continues its endless suffering. 560 more words

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Sundance 2017 Documentary Review: "The Good Postman" (2016) ★★★★

In his farewell speech, the President of the United States Barack Obama thanked his fellow citizens “for everything”. And the last favor he asked for was “to believe not in the ability of someone who is empowered to change the things, but in yourself and your ability to make the difference.” After watching Tonislav Hristov’s remarkable and incredibly essential documentary movie “The Good Postman”, it sounded like despite it being recent the words of already former President Obama has taken a trip in the time capsule to reach out to one man who saw in himself an ability to revive his village for good. 363 more words

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Pamela Powell reviews "The Book of Love" on Reel Honest Reviews

“The Book of Love” formerly  ”The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea,” premiered  at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and is now available on VOD (video on demand) starring Jason Sudeikis, Jessica Biel, and Maisie Williams.   55 more words

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Pamela Powell previews the Slamdance 2017 slate on Reel Honest Reviews

The often-times overlooked film festival, Slamdance, which takes place in that same quaint ski town of Park City, Utah at the same time as Sundance, is about to begin.   65 more words

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Interview: Rossy de Palma and Adriana Ugarte Talk Pedro Almodóvar`s "JULIETA"

We often do not completely understand the true feeling of loss or grief until we experience it ourselves. That of course, is something none of us would like to go through. 1,069 more words

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