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"Big Eyes" Movie Review


Margaret (Amy Adams) left her first marriage with her daughter, Jane (Delaney Raye & Madeleine Arthur), and moved to San Francisco. All she brought with them was a car trunk full of her paintings and some clothes. 208 more words

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Movie Review: The Monster (2016)

The Monster (2016)

Starring- Zoe Kazan, Ella Ballentine

Director- Bryan Bertino

R- language and some violence/terror


A mother (Zoe Kazan) and daughter (Ella Ballentine), stranded in the woods after a car accident, find themselves pursued by a terrifying, otherworldly creature. 1,278 more words

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Movie Review: The Handmaiden (2016)

The Handmaiden (2016)

Starring- Min-hee Kim, Tae-ri Kim, Jung-woo Ha, Jin-woong Jo, Hae-suk Kim, So-ri Moon

Director- Chan-wook Park


A young thief (Tae-ri Kim) is sent to work as a handmaiden for a rich man’s niece (Min-hee Kim) as part of a scheme to walk away with her inheritance. 1,259 more words

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Movie Review: Clinical (2017)

Clinical (2017)

Starring- Vinessa Shaw, Kevin Rahm, India Eisley, Aaron Stanford, Nestor Serrano, Wilmer Calderon, Sydney Tamiia Poitier, William Atherton

Director- Alistair Legrand

Trailer-  657 more words

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Movie Review: Coin Heist (2017)

Coin Heist (2017)

Starring- Alex Saxon, Alexis G. Zall, Sasha Pieterse, Jay Walker, Michael Cyril Creighton, Mark Blum, David W. Thompson

Director- Emily Hagins

Trailer-  1,078 more words

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Review: 'The Bye Bye Man' Don't Say It, Don't Think It And Definitely Do Not Go See It

Round and round we go, as the world turns so does time tick and we’ve circled back round to January of 2017. January is the sick joke whose punchline does nothing but incite malady. 925 more words


"Night Job" - (Movie Review)

By Andrew Buckner
Rating: ****1/2 out of *****.

The strength of writer-director J. Antonio’s eighty-five-minute debut feature, Night Job (2017), is built on the unpredictable. More specifically, the various encounters with a wide assortment of individuals our ever-likeable hero, James (in a charismatic and always watchable personification of a fictional persona by Jason Torres), encounters. 1,046 more words

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