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The Voices Review (2015): A sadistically fun experience

The Voices is a psychotically good time. The plot revolves around Jerry (played with excellent precision by Ryan Reynolds), a seemingly normal guy working at a toilet manufacturer in the shipping department. 454 more words

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The Best Indie Movies On Netflix Right Now

If your teenage dreams included staying up to watch Sundance, and if your favorite “popular” movies come from Fox Searchlight, you’re going to love this list. 1,289 more words


Killer Rack

Push-up bra pushover Betty is being passed over for office promotions in
Killer Rack
, the latest from Slime City director Greg Lamberson.

The lesser endowed Buffalonian, who’s not just the breast but also the butt, so to speak, of office jokes (“do they make that top in women’s sizes?”) also has an indifferent to her — though extremely-attentive-to-the-ample-bosomed employees — boss and a sleazebag, strip-club favoring ingrate boyfriend Dutch. 463 more words

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Review - "Dope" is a Wild and Brilliant Urban Tale

On paper, “Dope” sounds like a movie we have all seen before.  An urban teen struggles to stay out of the gang life and pursue a better life outside of the projects.   578 more words


On This Date Cults and Classics for the Month of August

Talk about Nostalgia, here’s your cults, classics and indie films that were released in the month of August for an “On This Date.”  movie blog. 721 more words


Cartoon College - Documentary Review

This movie was very well produced, directed, filmed, and chronicled. I really enjoyed watching this documentary from start to finish about a topic that I am very passionate about. 132 more words

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The Diary of a Teenage Girl

The best part of The Diary of a Teenage Girl is the admiration and respect it has for its protagonist Minnie. While not a traditional coming of age tale, The Diary of a Teenage Girl is so in tune with Minnie’s thoughts and emotions that it actually succeeds in feeling like we’re diving into her diary. 297 more words

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