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Five new reviews from Pamela Powell land on Reel Honest Reviews

“JASON BOURNE”

The title of the newest Jason Bourne movie should have been, “How to Make An Action Film Boring.”  The recipe they follow is ingenious.   510 more words

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Kevin McLenithan talks "Swiss Army Man" and "The Innocents" on the Seeing and Believing podcast for Christ and Pop Culture

Swiss Army Man starts with a man making friends with a talking corpse played by Harry Potter, and it only gets weirder from there. Wade and Kevin discuss A24’s latest indie offering, which stars Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe as perhaps the oddest of all odd couples. 37 more words

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New reviews for "Don't Think Twice" and "Nerve" from Leo Brady of AMovieGuy.com

“DON’T THINK TWICE”

Don’t Think Twice may as well have the tag line “The Movie that Leo Brady will love!” It’s not just a funny comedy, but a movie that knows the subject matter of improv groups so well, it felt like a journey down memory lane. 254 more words

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Joel Wicklund reviews "The Fits" for his Windy City Cinema page on ChicagoNow

Equal parts naturalistic drama and enigmatic, expressionistic art film, The Fits is an uncompromising and impressive first narrative feature from writer-director Anna Rose Holmer. Some may find it emotionally remote and those who like clear answers to mysteries posed are bound to be frustrated. 22 more words

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Three new reviews on "Every Movie Has a Lesson" from Don Shanahan

“JASON BOURNE”

Here’s one word this writer never thought he would use to describe a Paul Greengrass-directed Jason Bourne film starring Matt Damon: FORMULAIC.  After a tremendously successful trilogy (and not-so-successful spin-off) that had the right ending nine years ago, Greengrass and Damon were coaxed back into another cat-and-mouse spy game.   234 more words

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Daniel Nava reviews "The Fits" for Chicago Cinema Circuit

Martin Amis once wrote: “In my experience, the thing about girls is – you never know”. And how eerily suitable for a film like The Fits… 101 more words

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