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Into the Wild

Hunt for the Wilderpeople seems like a simple, predictable story. Troubled foster kid Ricky (Julian Dennison) finally gets placed with a good family. Things seem to be going well with his new foster mom Bella (Rima Te Wiata) and grumpy “Don’t call me Uncle” Hec (Sam Neill)—at least, until the state decides to take him back. 511 more words

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My thoughts on Star Trek Beyond


I thoroughly enjoyed this film! It has great humor, action, visuals, and also a great score! I wasn’t bored at all and I was invested from start to finish. 240 more words

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Body Talk

Swiss Army Man is no ordinary film. It is a deep dissection of happiness, relationships, and how we replicate our society through the way we interact with others. 689 more words

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Inner Interpretations

Unfolding in a beautiful and slightly fantastical way, The Fits follows Toni, an adolescent African-American girl uncertain about her place in the world, as she explores what it means to feel the pressure of social norms for the first time. 688 more words

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Family Ties

Maggie’s Plan is what happens when a “romcom” grows up and becomes a true romantic comedy, a more mature, more charming version of the usual genre trappings. 684 more words

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Visual Splendor: An Appriciation of A Bigger Splash

With a garbled phone call on a micro-beach in Italy, the drama of A Bigger Splash begins. Marianne Lane (Tilda Swinton), a rock star singer rendered silent by a vocal operation, and her partner Paul De Smedt (Matthais Schoenaerts) welcome friend and Marianne’s former lover Harry Hawkes (Ralph Fiennes) to their island retreat. 650 more words

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My thoughts on Like Crazy

“Fantastic & Beautiful”

The plot of the film is about a British student, Anna (Felicity Jones) who falls in love with an American student, Jacob (Anton Yelchin). 232 more words

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